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1967 

BUCCANEER 

} OLIJME XLl 

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 

Greenville, North Carolina 



CONTENTS 



Features 

Student Life 

Spotlight 

SGA 

Athletics 

Spring Sports 
Fall Sports 
W inter Sports 

Academics 

Departments 
Graduates 
Senior Class 
Junior Class 
Sophomore 

Class 
Freshman 
Class 



24 

26 
53 
83 

104 

106 
120 
142 

158 

160 
202 
205 
239 

263 

289 



Organizations 328 



Religious 




Groups 


330 


Clubs 


342 


Aerospace 


376 


Greeks 


388 


Fine Arts 


45 



Index 



480 




EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE PRESENTS NEW^NESS IN 







Growth has bc-c-n synonymous with East Carohna College since its humble beginning in 
the fall of 1909. Opening its doors to 123 students and housing thirteen faculty members. 
East Carolina Teachers Training School has, in fifty-seven years, evolved into East 
Carolina College— a college now registering over 12,000 full and part-time students and 
having a faculty of 448. The reasons for this phenomenal growth arc many. Perhaps the 
paramount reason is the one set forth by its first president, Robert H. Wright, in his first 
welcoming address, "East Carolina was built by the people, for the people, and may it ever 
remain with the people as a servant of the people." 

East Carolina College has undergone vast changes and made impressive advancements; 
therefore, in the pages of this book the staff of the 1967 BUCCANEER has attempted to 
tell the story of the new East Carolina College. 



. . . STUDENTS . . . 



Newness at East Carolina College is reflected in 
the young generation of students who occupy its cam- 
pus. Influenced by tradition yet tantalized by change, 
the new collegian views himself in the image of saucy 
fashions, sleek sports cars, and the never-ending quest 
for the peculiar or impossible. 

Constantly striving to better himself and his col- 
leagues, the student allots his talents to many facets 
of the college community. Some find enjoyment in 
leisure, and others are satisfied to busy themselves with 
various campus activities. Regardless of the goals at 
which each individual student aims his ambitions, he 
may be characterized as ever inquisitive, eager, and 
optimistic about the future. 



Art students enjoy do- 
ing their work on the 
grass surrounding 

Wright Fountain. 




.ilnrful and quiet, senes as a place where students leisurely gathe 



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L'nited States Senator Sam Ervin crowns Miss Cher>-1 Murdock Homecoming Queen 1966 before a capacity crowd m Ficklen Stadn 



College Marshals exercise their 
duties at the graduation ex- 
ercises. 




Busy students find iheir hands in various campus activities 




. . . PHYSICAL 
FACILITIES . . . 



Educational and intellectual growth at East Carolina 
College is accompanied by physical growth. The fre- 
quency of new buildings rising on campus is astound- 
ing. Now in the midst of a 161/2 million dollar ex- 
pansion program, East Carolina has accumulated 52 
buildings which span an area of 300 acres. These new 
buildings house an assembly of educational facilities 
which are surpassed by very few other colleges or uni- 
versities. 

To meet the demands of the accelerated college 
enrollment and the challenge of thoroughness in 
higher education. East Carolina is growing upward 
and outward. Towering over the campus is the re- 
cently completed ten-story women's dormitory. Slight- 
ly north of this edifice stands Fletcher Hall, a seven- 
story coed complex. Male students have also acquired 
new living quarters in the 508-man Belk Dormitory. 
New classroom buildings include a modern Educa- 
tional Psychology Buildmg, a new School of Music, 
and a new School of Nursing. 

Athletic facilities have also been enlarged with the 
construction of Ficklen Stadium, a new field house, 
and Minges Coliseum. This coliseum houses one of 
the few U.S. Olympic standard swimming pools in 
the nation. 





Pilin.KS for the new School of Nursini; .ire dm en onto the earth 





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Framework for the roof of Minges Coliseum is raised, in its entirety, to tlie tup of massive steel pillars. 



This ten-story dorm- 
itory is the newest 
addition to the 
women's campus. 





Mr. F. D Duncan. Vice-Presidtnt, surveys model nf the future East 
Carolina campus 



Constructic^n on Belk Dnrmiton' is hurried as the openmq of school rapidly apprnache 



INTELLECTUAL 
CONCEPTS . . 




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. . . AND ITS SERVICE TO NORTH CAROLINA. 



In students, facilities, and concepts the new face 
of East Carolina College is not merely a mask. The im- 
provements in both physical capacities and curriculum 
are directed toward one goal — university structure. 
Now divided into five distinct schools, one of which 
includes seventeen departments, the new East Carolina 
College is meeting the range of needs in North Caro- 
lina which its founders have previously foreseen. 

Already in the stage of formulation are a School of 
Life Sciences and other professional schools. Addi- 
tional schools, departments, and services are in a 
planning stage. Guided by administrative foresight 
and ingenuity, East Carolina College continues to 
grow in the pattern in which it was intended — a 
school "built by the people, for the people, and ever 
remaining with the people as a servant of the people." 




A growing college requires careful planning and many hours of manual labor. 




With books in hand, these students stroll across the mall during class break. 



ADMINISTRATION 




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES SUPERVISES OVEIL4LL 



Composed of men and women of various skills and 
professions, East Carolina's Board of Trustees has 
the single goal of helping the college become a domi- 
nating influence on the people of North Carolina. 
By supporting its academic and physical expansion, 
the Board proves that is is the governing body of the 
new East Carolina College. 

Appointed by the Governor of North Carolina for 
staggered eight-year terms, the Board of Trustees is 
responsible for appointing the President, who, in turn, 
puts into effect the policies and regulations of the 
Board. 



Senator Robert B. Morgan and President Jenkins study reports on enrollment and 
overall college growth. 




:)c-,in Robert Holt, Dean Robert Williams, Mr. Henry Belk, Mrs. Henry 
3tlk. Mr. James Whitfield, .Senator Robert Morgan, Dr. Leo Jenkins, Mr. 



R. F. McCoy, Mr. David Whicnard, Mr. Fred Bahnson, Mr. Irving 
Carlyle. Miss Agnes Barrett. 



DEVELOPMENT OF EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE. 




Board discusses the prepaix\i 



;!it developments in the university status feasibility'. 




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DR. LEO W. JENKINS 

PRESIDENT 




Dr. Jenkins and former North Carolina Governor, Terr>' Sanford, enjoy an 
East Carolina football game. 



Convinced that Eastern North Carohna has one of the greatest 
potentials in America for economic and cultural development, Dr. 
Leo W. Jenkins strives to make the influence of East Carolina 
College spread throughout the entire area. He feels that to be a good 
college, a school must be deeply involved in its community. He 
thinks it important to associate with not only the academic com- 
munity but also with the political and religious communities. 
Dr. Jenkins, therefore, believes in staying close to the public and 
does so by speaking frequently to civic and social groups throughout 
the state. 

Appointed by the Board of Trustees, President Jenkins is the 
chief administrative and executive officer of the College. He is 
charged with the responsibility of putting into effect the policies 
and regulations of the Board of Trustees. All personnel of the 
College are responsible either directly or indirectly to him. 

Aside from his numerous duties as President of the College, Dr. 
Jenkins leads a full family life and is active in community affairs. 
To maintain his business contacts, he serves as chairman of the 
Board of Directors of the Wachovia Bank and member of the 
Board of Directors of the Carolina Telephone and Telegraph. Dr. 
Jenkins sets a good example for East Carolina College and all of 
North Carolina when he says that people must continually reach over 
their heads if they want to have any feeling of attainment. 




Wishing his he.irticst support, Dr. Jenkins gives send-off to East Orolii 
Electric College Bowl Team, 




President Jenkins addresses the freshmen 
assembly. 



DR. ROBERT L. HOLT 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND DEAN 

With a ready smile and a look of wisdom, 
Dr. Robert L. Holt assists the President in co- 
ordinating all curricular and extra-curricular ac- 
tivities on campus. In the absence of the Presi- 
dent, he performs the official on-campus duties 
of the President. Dr. Holt supervises the academic 
departments, college development and auxiliary 
services, student life, and counseling. He also 
works with the Director of the Developmental 
Evaluation Clinic, the Director of Athletics, and 
the Director of Religious Activities in the super- 
vision of their programs. 




MR. F. D. DUNCAN 

J ICE-PRESIDENT AND 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



Handling the business affairs of 
the college is the principal duty of 
Mr. F. D. Duncan. As business 
manager, he pays and receives all 
the funds of the college and pur- 
chases everything from library 
books to paper towels. Constantly 
concerned with the physical de- 
velopment of East Carolina College, 
Mr. Duncan oversees all planning 
and constniction of new buildings 
and the operation of the auxiliary 
services. He is also responsible for 
collecting the annual budget which 
is submitted to the State Legislature. 





MR. WORTH E. BAKER 

REGISTRAR 



Mr. Worth E. Baker is in charge of all registra- 
tion and pre-registration for students who have been 
accepted by the college. These include all under- 
graduates, graduates, and transfer students. Mr. Baker 
interprets the catalog rules concerning credit hours, 
grades, and transferal of credits. 



DR. JOHN H HORNE 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 



Evaluating applications from incoming freshmen 
and transfer students seeking admission is the re- 
sponsibility of Dr. John H. Home, director of ad- 
missions. He screens these students and interviews 
them if necessary. As Foreign Student Adviser, he 
appraises the Foreign Program regularly with the 
program of East Carolina as to similarity in courses 
required for credit. Dr. Home serves as a counselor 
to all foreign students. 





MISS RUTH WHITE 

DEAN OF WOMEN 

Serving as advisor to the Panhellenic Council and the Women's 
Honor Council, Miss Ruth White is closely affiliated with the 
women students on East Carolina's campus. She belongs to the 
American Association of University Women and the National 
Association of Women Deans and Counselors. Dean White enjoys 
reading and handiwork. 



DR. JAMES H TUCKER 

DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

As Dean of Student Affairs advisor to the Student 
Government Association, and chairman of the Publica- 
tions Board, Dr. James H. Tucker is actively engaged in 
the campus activities at East Carolina. He serves as a 
member of the Athletic and Homecoming Committees. 
Dr. Tucker serves his country by participating in the 
United States Naval Reserve. 





MR. JAMES B. 
MALLORY 

DEAN OF MEN 

Mr. James B. Mallory serves as ad- 
visor to the Inter-Fraternity Council, the 
Men's Residence Council, and the Men's 
Judiciary. He is an active member of the 
Financial Aid Committee, the National 
Association of Deans and Administra- 
tors, and the American College Person- 
nel Association. An avid sports fan, 
Dean Mallory is a former baseball coach. 



MR. DAN K. 
WOOTEN 

DIRECTOR OF HOUSING 

Assignment of rooms m the men's 
dormitories is the responsihihty of 
Mr. Dan K. Wooten. He supervises 
oft -campus housing for staff, mar- 
ried couples, and men and women 
students. The enforcement of traffic 
regulations, the collection of tines, 
and the registration of automobiles 
on the East Carolina campus are also 
his duties. Before coming to East 
Carolina, Mr. Wooten coached bas- 
ketball and baseball in Pitt Count)'. 





MR. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER 

ASSIST iM I)K i\ 
OF STl DENT AFFAIRS 

As chairman <if the I-ntertainnient Series, the lureign I'llms 
Committee, and the Central Ticket Office, Mr, Rudolph Alexander 
helps bring cultural and social enjoyment lo the umpus. He is 
also the Associate Advisor for the .Student Ci(i\crnmenl Associ.ition 
and chairman of the Associated Art^ Board- 




MR. HENRY HOWARD 

DIRECTOR OF NEWS 
AND in BLIC RELATIONS 

Publicity of student atliMlics to the general publa 
is the primary task of Mr. Henry Howard, He coxcrs 
news stones whiih the stale papers do not emphasize and 
sends camjuis news (oncerning students to their hometown 
ncwspajxrs, A member of the Homecoming Committee, 
Mr, How.ird is in direct contact with every organization on 
lampus 



MRS. REPSV W. BAKER Counselor. Girls New Dorm 

MRS. AGNES W. BARRETT Administrative Assistant 

MISS CORNELIA BEEMS Assistant Dean of Women 

MR. ROBERT M. BOUDREAUX .... Financial Aid Officer 
MR. JAMES \V. BUTLER ... Assistant Director of Public 

Relations 



MR. JOSEPH O. CLARK . . . Manager. Student Supply Store 

MRS. FRANCES M. DOREY Cashier, Student Bank 

MRS. IDA \V. EDWARDS Counselor. Urastead Hall 

MR. WILLIAM P. EYERMAN . . . Director of Alumni Affairs 

MISS INEZ FRIDLEY Counselor 

and Foundations 

MISS CAROL-i-N A. FULGHLIM . . Assistant Dean of Women 

MRS RUTH B. GARNER Counselor. Fleming Hall 

MR. TERRENCE E. HANNER . . . Data Processin.t; Manaeer 

DR. LEIGHTON E. HARRELL Guidance counselor 

MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE .... Counselor. Ragsdale Hall 



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MR. THOMAS H. HENDERSON ... Director. Student Fund 
and Accounting 

MRS. PHYLLIS H. HOOD Counselor. Jarvis Hall 

DR. C. F. IRONS College Physician 

DR. MALENE G. IRONS Director. Developmental 

Evaluation Clinic 
MR. JAMES E. KERLEY Administrative Officer 

MISS PHYLLIS J. KERNEN Guidance Counselor 

MRS. CHARLOTTE C. KNIGHTEN . . . Counselor. Wilson 

Hall 
MRS. NANCY W. LEWIS .... Counselor, Fletcher Hall 

MRS. MILDRED B. MANNING Postmaster 

MRS. RUTH McCAlL . . . Residence Counselor. Ragsdale Hall 

MISS CYNTHIA A. MENDENHALL ... Director. College 

Union 

MR. ALLAN NELMS Director. Placement Bureau 

MRS. SALLIE S. PARKER Counselor. Gotten Hall 

DR. JOHN O. REYNOLDS Dean of Graduate School 

MRS. DAISY H ROGERS .... Counselor. Umstead Hall 

MRS. lONE J. RYAN Guidance 

MISS ANNE SHERRILL ... Assistant Director of College 

Union 

MRS. LOIS R. SMITH Counselor. Garrett Hall 

MRS. GLADYS STOKES Counselor 

MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND . . . Director. Maintenance and 

Operations 

MRS. ALBERTA G TAYLOR Counselor. Women's Hall 

MR. lAMES L. WHITE Director of Development 

DR. GEORGE WEIGAND Director, Guidance Center 

MRS. BRUNIE A YARLEY Counselor. Slay Hall 

MISS LLICILE YELVERTON Counselor, Gotten Hall 



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CAMPUS 
FACILITIES . . . 




Pust office in the cafeteria lobby is convenient for many students. 







Students have quick aaess to their cvcT>'day needs in the Supply Store. 





The Student Bank provides savings accounts for students. 



. . . SERVE 



Expanding school population causes many traffic problems. 




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Students enjoy the quick-service and \ariety of food available in the new Pamlico Room. 




STUDENT NEEDS. 




I.aundn' patkat^es await delnen- id the di:>rmitories 




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SPRING 



Spring quarter finally arrived, and the end of the 
regular school year drew near. For seniors graduation 
climaxed four years of work, and for underclassmen col- 
lege careers were a year closer to completion. Students 
on the campus of the new East Carolina experienced 
another year of growth, progress, and learning. This was 
the year that East Carolina College achieved unparalled 
success and began an even more dynamic move forward. 

Political parties made their first appearance on campus; 
and after a colorful and exciting campaign, the class 
officers and student government leaders were selected 
by the student body. Spring entertainment treated East 
Carolina students to concerts by such popular groups as 
Johnny Mathis, Roger Williams, The Brothers Four, and 
Jay and the Americans, leueled Cities of North Afridi 
and Indonesia highlighted the foreign film series. 

As the days grew warmer, thoughts turned to the 
beach and long awaited vacations. Final examinations 
and graduation terminated the quarter. 



Spring brings the excitement of Student Government elections. 




udent Likes ad\.intat;e (if the ten minute break betwe 



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Students rtceiie iheir ytarbouks in ihc b.isi.nii.ni of Old Austii 



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ELECTIONS AROUSE STUDENTS' INTEREST. 




Climaxing vigorous campaigning throughout the 
year, the SGA executive elections brought student in- 
terest and participation during spring quarter. The 
focal point of the election was the tooth and nail 
battle for SGA president between Steve Sniteman, 
Bill Moore, and Bill Deal. Vying for the vice-presi- 
dency, Frank Rice and Jay Barber carried on verbal 
warfare. 

Campaigning, marked by posters, banners, and other 
publicity media, culminated in a special debate be- 
tween the candidates. This debate was sponsored by 
WECC radio. Appearance of a student party for the 
first time on campus added extra enthusiasm to the 
race. 



Polilital slogans influence students' choices. 




Students ^et a chance to Meet the Candidates.' 



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GRADUATION . . . 









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Students take their places to await the presentation of diplo 



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CLIMAXES PERSONAL AMBITIONS. 



North Carolina's Governor Dan 
K. Moore delivered the principal 
address to East Carolina's 1,942 
graduates and an audience of 5,000 
at the spring commencement exer- 
cises in Ficklen Stadium. President 
Leo 'W. Jenkins followed the Gov- 
ernor's address with brief comments 
about the continuing growth of East 
Carolina College and the possibility 
of the school's attainment of univer- 
sity status. 

For the graduates the years of 
hard work proved rewarding. 
Armed with the knowledge that 
they gained, they ventured forth 
to take their places in today's so- 
ciety. 




Marshals lead the >;raduaticin procession. 



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Spring brought an abundance of outstand- 
ing entertainers to the campus of East Car- 
olina College. Johnny Mathis gave an un- 
forgettable performance before a delighted 
audience in Wright Auditorium. Displaying 
a wide range of talent on the piano, Roger 
Williams played both popular and classical 
selections. Jay and the Americans and the 
Brothers Four provided two enjoyable eve- 
nings of entertainment. East Carolina's lec- 
ture series presented outstanding speakers. 
Craig Spense, a retired war correspondent, 
presented many thought-provoking ideas on 
various aspects of the war in Viet Nam. 
Sir Brenard Lovell, in his visit to the campus, 
expounded on radio astronomy in the present 
day. 



British astronomer, Sir Bernard Lovell, speaks lo stu- 
dents about contemporary radio astronomy. 



SPRING CENTERS AROUND LECTURES 




Johnny ^falhis touches the campus 



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Brcilhc-r'i F.iur present an e\enini; of folk snngs for attentive 



AND CONCERTS 




For a dcli,«htful e\cnmi;. famed pianist Roger Williams' 
performance of popular and classical selections holds his 
audience spellbound 







SUMMER 



Temperatures were high and the rain was almost con- 
stant, but these considerations did not deter the nearly 
four thousand students who returned to East Orohna 
College for either one or both sessions of summer school. 
The weekly watermelon feasts sponsored by the College 
Union helped break the routine of study and classes. 
Summer entertainment featured concerts by Josh White, 
Jr., Jerry Butler, and the Town Criers, and The Highway- 
men. Patriotic speeches, music, and firework displays high- 
lighted the traditional Fourth of July celebration in Ficklen 
Stadium. At the annual Summer School Dance, Miss Di- 
anne Lewis was crowned Summer School Queen. As 
School came to a close, the students scattered to enjoy 
the few remaining weeks of vacation. 



I in parties nn the mall. 




. fiiiJ time to take a baseball break. 



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iIh- summer heat. 



Fireworks hiuhht^hr the Fnurth ..f July u-lcbr. 





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Summer school students enjoy ite cream parties 



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Students fill (iLit many forms bt 



Freshnnen arrive weekly for pre-registration. 



SUMMER SCHOOL CREATES 




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Miss Dianne Lewis is crowned 1966 Summer School Queen. 





Summer schiml nff'trs lime for a quick "chat" between cla 



ATMOSPHERE OF EDUCATION AND RELAXATION. 




Poll lenders see thai cnrretl Vnim^ procedures are fdluwed 



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Highwaymen entertain students with an array of folk songs. 




Popular young singer, Jerry Butler, accompanied by the Town Criers performs for East Carolina students. 



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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTED BY FOLK SINGERS. 



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Summer entertainment featured a variety of 
popular, talented performers. First in the series 
was the famous nightclub and recording artist. 
Josh White, Jr. On this his second visit to the 
campus, he was greeted with much, if not more, 
enthusiasm than ever before. The ever-popular 
Highwaymen entertained the students with a de- 
lighttul array of folk songs. The last program in 
the summer entertainment series spotlighted an 
outstanding young singer. Jerry Butler, and four 
folk singers, The Town Criers. 




Town Criers pr 



if fdlk s.inj;s for iheir enlhusi.islic audience. 




Josh White, Jr., hifihiighls the 
performance ul East Carolina. 



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FALL 



Students begrudgingly left their summer activities to face 
fall quarter and the beginning of a new school year. As foot- 
ball season began, both new students and veterans united their 
voices and school spirit to cheer the home team onward. 

Additions to the campus allowed East Carolina to fulfill its 
obligations to its ever-expanding enrollment. Belk Dormitory 
and the new Women's Dormitor)' provided new and better 
quarters for many students. The first quarter of the college 
year was made more complete by lectures, films, and out- 
standing entertainment. Politicians enjoyed the controversial 
issues discussed by Senator Peter Dominick and Senator Albert 
Gore. Popular music fans were entertained by the Bitter End 
Singers and the Righteous Brothers. Homecoming brought the 
largest parade ever, an overwhelmingly victorious football 
game, and two nights of entertainment by the Four Seasons. 
Thanksgiving holidays signaled the completion of examinations 
and brought to a close another fall quarter. 



Two members of the Bitter End Singers 
Stadium. 




Homecoming bonfire arouses students' spirit for the forthcoming game. 



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Football team shows us support for "E. C. U.' 





The Embers" eniertam students during Orientati< 



President JenkJn^ speaks at the dedication of Belk dormitory. 



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AT EVERY TURN 




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"How much longer do these oricnlations last? 



FRESHMEN MEET NEW FACES 




Embers" pUy as freshmen dance the night away. 



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ALUMN 




Contestant, Nanqf Thomp 



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Alumni return to an ever expanding East Carolina campus. 




EXCITEMENT REIGNS OVER 




E C. C. Cannon adds much enthusiasm to the Homecoming football game. 



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;rdtulates the new Humecomini; Queen, Cherjl Murduck. 





HOMECOMING. 



KAs Jcpjct "The- Emcrmni; Ejst" wuh their ,u-i.int pir.Ue. 



Campus orijanizations and the Student Government As- 
sociation selected "The Emergmg East" as the 1966 
Homecoming theme. Heading the list of festivities for the 
weekend was the largest parade in East Carolina's history'. 
Many fans turned out at Ficklen Stail)uni to support the 
Pirates in their attack on Davidson. Adding to the glor)- of 
an overwhelming victory, Cheryl Lee Murdock was 
crosvned Homecoming Queen by United States Senator 
Sam J. F.r\in. Later that evening a concert hy the Eour 
Seasons provided the final touch to a most memorable 
Homccoming at East Carolina. 




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FALL FEATURES VARIETY 




Fall entertainment featured a variety of 
popular performers. Beginning the new year, 
the Bitter End Singers returned to the East 
Carolina campus with special entertainment 
ending Orientation Week. Political interests 
of the student body were renewed by the 
lectures of two outstanding U.S. Senators, 
Senator Peter Dominick of Colorado and 
Senator Albert Gore of Tennessee. Home- 
coming Weekend was highlighted by one of 
the nation's most popular recording groups, 
the For/r Seasons. This entertainment feature 
was followed by the appearance of the Right- 
eous Brothers on a triple bill with Gaylord 
and Holliday and Nino Tempo and April 
Stevens. The students also enjoyed the unique 
performance of Martin St. James, "The 
World's most Hilarious Hypnotist." 



rter t;ets dft ti.' .i good : 



(he B.ttcr End Singers entertain in Fjcklen Stjdiun 





The Righteous Brothers, appearing for their first time at East Carolina, en- 
tertain students with their ever-popular songs. 



Nino Temple and April Ste\ens delight East Carolina listeners with a per 
formanre of their well-known songs. 



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OF TALENTED PERFORMERS, LECTURERS. 




Senator Peter Dominick of Colorado discusses politics and 
policies wth East Carolina students. 




Topping the Homecoming NX'cekend, The Four Seasons perform fo: 
enthusiastic students. 



East Can.lma students fall under the spell of hypnotist, Martm St James. 



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WINTER 



Thanksgiving holidays ended, and winter quarter began 
with high spirits as students anticipated gala Christmas 
festivities. Musical groups rehearsed untiringly for their 
individual concerts as well as the college's annual Christ- 
mas assembly. Holiday atmosphere invaded the college 
as students rushed through their last hectic classes before 
heading home. 

After the change of pace provided by the Christmas 
vacation, the new year arrived; and East Carolina re- 
sumed its busy schedule. The administration was grateful 
for the extra space provided by the expansion of the 
music department in its new building. 

Winter quarter included events both informative and 
entertaining to students. Sports were taken indoors, where 
basketball and swimming took over as key centers of 
interests. The Playhouse presented the "most powerful 
play of the decade," Aiaral Sade, and Dark of the Moon. 
Students enjoyed hearing the Dukes of Dixieland and 
Sabicias, king of the Spanish guitar. 



APOs worked hard lo present a successful White Ball. 




Secretary General, Jim Kimscy, presents Best Speaker Award to Deleg.ite Sii 



at the re.yion.il iMitk Scxiinly Council. 




cistration lines seem endless in late afternoon 





Sorority ^irls welcome new pledges into their sisterhnod- 



jhl; the intermission of the White Ball. 




Freshman students enjoy the warm weather of winter quarter. 




At long last snow finally comes to the E. C. C. campus. 




MODEL U.N., RUSH, DANCES 




Delta Zeta rushecs socialize with less tension as the evening draws to an end. 



Students take 




Chairman Jim Kimsey reviews notes before mock U. N. session begins 



East Carolina football players add colorful spirit to home basketball games. 



HIGHLIGHT WINTER ACTIVITIES. 




Friday ni^lit ji The Movies" — E, C, C. style 



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JAZZ HIGHLIGHTS 



Dukes of Dixieland brin^ back music popular during the 20's. 




An artist in ever>* sense of the word, Sabicas, kinp of the Spanish Gu 
reflects the mode of the Flaminco Guitar, 




Campus entertainment series for Winter Quarter was in total 
keeping with the theme "The Most of the Best Entertainment." 
John Spencer Churchill attracted a capacity crowd at his lecture 
on the life of his uncle. Sir Winston Churchill. The Flamenco 
Guitarist, Sabicas; and Jazz artists, the Dukes of Dixieland, 
added a special touch for winter concert goers. Winter's high- 
light was the long anticipated concert by the Kingston Trio. In 
addition. Count Basie and his orchestra enticed the most dis- 
criminating jazz fans. 



Papa Jack Assunto is featured on the tn 



nd the banjo. 




WL\TER ENTERTAINMENT. 




Count Bisie relives for his radio audience his early days of jazz 



Following family tradiiion. Frank Assunto brought Dixieland jazz to the 
E.C.C. campus 




Kingsttin Trio entertained students with e\cr-popular ballads. 



COLLEGE UNION WELCOMES ALL STUDENTS. 




Past president of the College Union, Gale Pierce hands 
over her responsibilities to the new president, Tom King. 



C, U. sponsored bowling league in\ades Hillcrest la 
each Tuesday and Thursday nights. 



In the College Union a student found social and physical 
as well as cultural activities. It was the service center for 
the entire college family — students, faculty, staff, and 
visitors. 

Under the guidance and direction of Miss Cynthia 
Mendenhall and a fine staff of officers, the College 
Union, located in its home in Wright Building, became 
an integral part of the college life. 





'itSV Aerospace exhibit is viewed by many stu- 

f^l i dents in the C. U. lobby. 



SPOTLIGHT 



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1967 BUCCANEER QUEEN 



Sponsored by the Air Force ROTC, Miss Jeanne Smith 
reigned as Buccaneer Queen of East CaroHna College. Miss 
Smith, a native of Raleigh, was a senior voice major and 
a piano minor. She was a member of Sigma Alpha Iota 
honorary music fraternity and an active part of the Con- 
cert Choir, Concert Program, Opera Theatre, and Music 
Orientation Committee. In 1964 Jeanne was crowned Miss 
Cary and became one of the finalists for the 1964 Miss 
North Carolina Pageant. 




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DELORES FISHER 

First Runner-Up 



Miss Delores Fisher, a lovely sophomore from 
Rocky Mount, was first runner-up in the Buccaneer 
Queen contest. Delores, a dietetics major, was spon- 
sored by the New Women's Dormitory. 



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JANET FARMER 



Second Riiiiiwr-l p 



Scciind runnLT-up, Miss Janet I'armcT, a sophomore 
m.ijorinji in husiness, wis sponsored hy Siyma Sigma 
Sigma sorority. Janet is from Greenville. 



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DIAISNE LEWIS 



Summer School Queen 



Miss Dianne Lewis from Henderson, North Caro- 
lina, was Summer School Queen for 1966. Dianne, a 
sister of Delta Zeta, was sponsored by Phi Kappa Tau 
fraternity. 



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CHERYL MVRDOCK 



Homecoin iiifi Oiwen 



Hnmfuimin,^ Ouecii f'.ir 1966 was .iltradive Miss 
Cheryl Murdock, Alph.i Xi Delta from Morehead 
Cily. Clier)'!, a sophomore in primary education, was 
sponsored by IJmstead Dormitnr)'. 



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LINDA WEST 



Military Queen 



Miss Linda West, a dark-haired beauty from Bur- 
lington, reigned as Military Queen at East Carolina. A 
member of Delta Zeta sorority, Linda was sponsored 
by the AFROTC. 





LISA GREEN 

W kite Ball Queen 



Miss Lisa Green from Norfolk, Virginia, reigned as 
White Ball Queen. Lisa, a senior majoring in art edu- 
cation, was sponsored by Theta Chi fraternity. 




MARTHA HARDEE 



Men^s Residence Council Queen 



Chosen as Men's Residence Council Queen was 
Martha Hardee, a sophomore from Charlotte. Martha, 
an art major, was an active worker for the Greek staff 
of the Edit Cdroliniaii. 



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NIT A BARBEE 



Interfruternity Queen 



Miss Nit.i Barbee, a junior from Charlotte, was In- 
ter-I-raternity Council Queen. Majoring in home eco- 
nomics, Nita is a member of Alpha Xi Delta 
sorority and Kappa Alpha Rose. 



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Elected by popular vote of the student body, the 
fifteen regular marshals and their chief began their 
duties at graduation exercises in the spring. Serving 
for one calendar year, the marshals welcomed the 
public to the campus and ushered at various school 
events. 

Attaining both an honor-roll average and a good 
Student Government Association record, the sixteen 
marshals represented nine major fields of study. Com- 
posed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, these girls 
participated in a variety of extra-curricular activities. 




Qiief Marshal 
MARY CATHERINE JOYNER 

Majoring in elementary education, Chief Marshal Mary Catherine Joyner 
was active in many phases of her college. She was 1966 Buccaneer Editor-in- 
Chief and 1967 Organizations Editor of this publication. She served on the 
Student Legislature. She was president of Gamma Beta Phi and a member of 
the Student National Education Association. Mary Catherine was selected to be 
listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 



MARSHALS GREET 




CAROL ALLIGOOD 

Among Carol's hobbies were water sports and sport 
fishing. A sister in Alpha Phi social sorority, she was from 
Swansboro. Grammar education was her major. 



Fulfilling her obligation as a marshal, Linda Tetterton welcomes local residents 
music of Richard Rogers concert. 



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ELIZABETH COOKE 



Majoring in mathematics and library science, Elizabeth was a 
junior from Nashville, North Carolina. A sister in Alpha Phi 
social sorority, she sened as assistant editor of the 1966 Key. 
She was chairman of the Student Counselors in Cotten dormitory 
during her sophomore year. Her interests included playing the 
piano, listening to all tj-pes of music, and sewing. 




DONNA CHERRY 

As a member of Sigma Tau Delta, hnnnrar)' English fraternity. 
Donna directed the student reading of Everymj}!. A- native of 
Washington, North Omlina, Dcnna participated in many campus 
activities. She was in the freshman and sophomore honors pro- 
grams and served as a student counselor for two years. She was 
active on the Dean's Advisory Council. Donna enjoyed sewing 
and flute playing. 



VISITORS. 



GWYN FOUSHEE 

G«7n served her sorority, Alpha Delta 
Pi, as repurler. A nursing major from 
Durham, she was a member of the 
Student Nursing Association- Water ski- 
ing, bridge, and dancing were among 
Gwyn"s hobbies. 




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MARSHALS SERVE 

AS COLLEGE 

AMBASSADORS. 



LYNN FOUSHEE 

Lynn was a junior nursing major from Durham. Memberships 
in the Student Nurses Association and Alpha Delta Pi social 
sororit}-. which she served as historian, were included in her activi- 
ties. Lynn was an Orientation Counselor and a Student Counselor. 





BEVERLY GILES 

As well as being an avid water sports enthusiast, Beverly enjoyed 
horseback riding and basketball. A sophomore biology major from 
Fayetteville, Be\'erly was an active member of Chi Omega Sorority. 



CARLEEN HJORTSVANG 

Carleen reigned as North Carolina College Queen in 1966. A 
sophomore, she was named the Outstanding Freshman in Home Eco- 
liomics. A sister in Alpha Phi, she served as chairman of the Student 
Government Special Events Committee, Secretary of the Freshman 
class, and Vice-President of the Sophomore class. Among her other 
activities were the East Caioliiihiii. the Student Party. Gamtiia Beta 
Phi, Chapel Choir, and the East Carolina Volunteer Tutorial Program. 



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Judy was a representative tn the Student Government Associjtioi 
Orientation Counselor, and a Student Counselor. Maiorinq in pr 
education. Judy was a junior from Farmville, North Carolina. She 
a sister in Alpha Phi social sororit)' and secretar\' of the junior class 




JEAN JCi'NER 




XAN'Ci' I.AW'SON 

Nancy, a junior nursing major, was a member of the Student 
Nursing Association. She was a sister in the Sigma Sigma Sigma 
sorority. She served on the Attorney-General staff of the Women's 
Honor Council Among her hobbies were swimmmq. walcrskiinL;, and 



ser\ed on the Student 
ties included working 



Editor of 1966 The A.',), student handbook. J 
Go\ernment Special Events Committee. Her ai 
on the E,Tit Ccirolithiran, being a student counselor, and serving as 
tion counselor. She was corresponding secretary of her sorority, Alph, 
A junior from Rocky Mount, she was a grammar education major 




DOI.I."!' OVERTON 

Dolly, a sophomore Spanish major from Greenville, served as 
chairman of the Homecoming Queen's cnniiiiittec. 'When she was not 
in class, Dolly spent much of her time as an assistant dance instructor. 
Dancinu, singing. Iiorsebatk ridinq, and actinq were amoni: DoIK's 
hobbies 




LINDA TETTERTON 

Linda, a sophomore, served as a Day Student Representative. 
Amonp her activties were the Tutorial Society and the Mock 
United Nations, of which she was a representative. She worked 
in the College Union. Sewing, reading, and water-skiing were her 
hobbies. 



SHARON WARD 

Daughter of a LInited States Marine officer, Sharon 
did extensive traveling but this year lived in Wood- 
bridge, Virginia. On campus she served as membership 
chairman of her sorority. Alpha Xi Delta, and a 
member of Gamma Beta Phi honorary fraternity. In 
her spare time, Sharon enjoyed reading and swimming. 




GAY W'INSTEAD 

Gay, a junior from Charlotte, majored in music educa- 
tion. A member of Alpha Xi Delta social sorority, she 
was active in the Concert Choir, Student Legislature, and 
Music Educators National Conference. 





LINDA WRIGHT 

Linda, a senior English major, ser\'ed Sigma Tau Delta as historian 
and treasurer. She was a student counselor in both Slay and Ragsdale 
dormitories and president of South Fletcher. Linda participated in the 
freshman and sophomore Honors Program. In her spare time she enjoyed 
reading and dancing. 



HONOR SENIORS RECEIVE NATIONAL ACCLAIM. 



WHO'S WHO 

Having excelled in scholarship, leadership, service to 
the collece, and participation in extracurricular activities, 
thirtj-tvvo seniors at East Carolina were named to WHO'S 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI- 
TIES. After screening letters of nomination from faculty 
members and organizations, a committee of faculty mem- 
bers, administrative officials, and students made the final 
selection. Initiated thirty years ago, WHO'S WHO recog- 
nized the outstandint; college students on a national basis. 



JAMES GROVER BAREFOOT 

Durinc his years at East Carolina College, James was an 
SGA senator, the Inter-Dormitory Council secretar>', and a mem- 
ber of Delta Phi Delta. He actively participated in the College 
Choir, Men's Glee Club, and College LMion. Majoring in art, 
James served as vice-president of Aycock Durmitt)ry and as 
co-chairman of the Homecominc Committee. 





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minoring in psy- 
chology, Janet was very active in the college judiciary 
system. She ser\ed as chairman of the Women's Judici- 
ary, president of Cotten Hall, and vice-president of 
Fletcher Dormitory. Other activities included member- 
ship in Chi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and the Mathe- 
matics Club. Janet served as a member of the Dean's 
Advisor}' Council and as 'Vice-President of the Student 
Party After grailuatii.n. Janet plans lii attend graduate 
school before beginning a larecr in teaching. 



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WHO'S WHO SELECTS 



JOHN ALLEN CREW 

John, a geography major from Morganton, North Carolina, 
was a captain of the varsity football team He was a member of the 
1965 and 1966 All-State football teams. John was an Executive 
Council member of his fraternity. Pi Kappa Alpha. After gradua- 
tion, John plans to work in some phase of urban planning and 
development. 



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ANNE CATHERINE DANIEL 

Anne served her sororit)'. Kappa Delta, as 
membership chairman, activities chairman, press 
chairman, corresponding secretary, and presi- 
dent of her pledge class. Campus life for 
Anne included serving as a College Marshall 
during her sophomore and junior years and 
working on the Eas/ Carolinian staff. Sigma 
Tau Sigma, the honorary tutoring society, and 
the Philosophy Club occupied much of Anne's 
time. She was a member of Phi Sigma Tau, 
honorar}' philosophy society, and Chi Beta Phi, 
honorary science fraternity. This Dean's List 
and Honor Roll student plans to attend graduate 
school and then to go into college teaching. 




WILLIAM FREEZE DEAL 

Commg to East Carolma College from Statesville, North Carolina, 
Bill played a major role in campus politics. He served as chairman 
of the University Party, as president of the sophomore class, and as 
a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. He was recognized for his 
outstanding service to the Student Government Association. Elected 
to the Student Legislature for four consecutive terms. Bill served 
twice as Speaker of the House. He served on the Men's Honor Coun- 
cil, acted as chairman his senior year, and was a member of the Appeals 
Court. A member of Theta Chi social fraternity, Bill plans after gradua- 
tion to work for a senator in Washington. DC, to attend law school 
at night, and later to enter politics. 



THIRTY-TWO OUTSTANDING SENIORS. 



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CARL ALLEX EDWARDS 

Maiorinj; in phvsK.il education, Carl served .is hnth 
president and vice-president of the Physical Education Majors" 
Club, president of Phi Epsilon Kappa fraternity, and a 
member of the Dean's Advisory Council and the Faculty 
Evaluation Committee. Future plans for Carl include either 
teaching at the collet;e le\el or working in physical therapy. 



WILLIAM DICKENS 

Bill, a health and physical education major from Wilson. 
North Carolina, served his fraternity. Lambda Chi Alpha, as 
athletic director and vice-president. Head mana.ger of the Varsity 
football team, he was a member of the Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes and participated in all phases of Intramural athletics. 
Bill sened in the Student Government as sophomore, junior, and 
senior class vice-president and \\-orked with the Men's Residence 
Council. As an East Carolina Merit Scholar, he was on the Honor 
Roll and the Dean's List. Future plans for Bill include graduate 
school before he becins his teachin.q and coaching career 





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HAKOl.D JAMES FFGAN 

Maioring iii Industrial Arts, Harold sened as treasurer 
of the Industrial Arts Club and as a member of both ih'- 
North Carolina Industrial Arts Association and the American 
Industrial Arts Association. Active in Phi Sigma Pi honorary 
fraternity, Harold was president of Epsilon Pi Tau, national 
honorary industrial arts fraternity. Future plans for Harold 
include graduate school. 




WHO'S WHO, 1967. 



JAMES TROV FRANKLIN 

Jim, a resident of Raleigh, was a delegate to the World Trade 
Conference, He ser\ed as ritualist of Lambda Chi Alpha fra- 
ternity and as chairman of the Men's Honor Council. A member 
of the Deans AdMSorj- Council. Men's Glee Club, and College 
L'nion. Jim serNed the Men's Judiciar)- as chairman and attorney 
general. His plans for the future include either graduate school 
or a career m banking or merchandising. 





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JANE ALEXANDER HELMS 

Jane sened her sorority. Alpha Delta Pi, as registrar and president. 
Chapel Choir and Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternity, also 
occupied much of Jane's time. Jane was active in the Student Government. 
She sened as Sophomore and Junior Class Treasurer, student counselor, and 
a member of the Student State Legislature and the Student Go\ernment 
Entertainment Committee. She was a senior education major from Raleigh. 



LISA GREEN 

This Thcta Chi Sweetheart and White Ball Queen plans to teach art in 
elementary school. Majoring in art education, Lisa was membership chair- 
man for Sigma Sigma Sigma, past secretary of the Student Government 
Association, and a member of the Dean's Advisor)' Council. She participated 
in campus activities as vice-president of Umstead, freshman and varsity 
cheerleader, and second runner-up for Homecoming Queen. 



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JOVCELVN RABECCA HOBBS 

Aciive in Angel Flight, Beckic was thnsen fcr ihe 
Outstanding Leadership Award in the fall of 1966. 
She received the Outstanding Member Award for 1965- 
1966 in the home economics chapter. Other activities 
of Beckic mcluded Baptist Student Union and Stu- 
dent National Education Association. Beckie was a 
home economics major from Hertford, North Carolina. 
She served on the Deans Advis(ir)' Council and the 
Student Life Committee of the Student G"\ernment 
Association. 





WILLIAM P(_>\\ }MIAN HINT, JR 

Bill, a natue of Hampton, Virgmia, majored in psychology and 
minored in sociiilogy, A brother in the Theta Chi social fraternity, he 
served as lis house manager, Mce-president, and president. Among 
Bill's most outstanding roles were Dean's Ad\isor)' Council, Inter- 
Fraternity Council president. Outstanding Judicial Member, and 
secretary of Student Right Participation in Student Government was 
alv.-ays important to him; and Bill sened on the Budget Com- 
mittee, the Student Improvement Committee, the Social Standards 
Committee, the Judiciarv Committee, the Co-ordinating Committee, 
and the Presulcnt'-s Cabinet 



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With a double maior in .general sucme .iiul business, Edward 
served on the Men's Residence Council and on the Men's Residence 
Council Court System. Activities included the Circle K Club; Sigma 
■|'au Sigma tutoting fraternity; and the business fraternities, Delta 
SiqiiKi Pi .111.1 Phi 11.1,1 L.inihda. Edward was on the Dean's Advisory 
founul His s. Ii.il.isiii ,Kliie\ements included the Dean's List and 
the HMii.ir KmII Afur tradu.ili.iii, he plans to enter lorp,. ration law. 



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WHO'S WHO CANDIDATES 



JANIS RAE JACKSON 

Jan, a French major, served as a Student Government Legislator 
for two years, as a secretary of the Student Government Associa- 
tion during summer school, and as a delegate to the State Student 
Legislature. For two years she was chairman of the Women's 
Honor Council- A sister in Si.cma Sigma Sigma Sorority, she was 
treasurer. After graduation, Jan plans to work as an interpreter 
with an overseas corporation or with an embassy. 





AfARY CATHERINE JOYNER 

Mary Catherine, an elementary education major from Rocky 
Mount, was active as Chief Marshal, president of Gamma Beta 
Phi, and editor-in-chief of the 1966 Buccaneer. She was a mem- 
ber of the Student Government Association Legislature, Baptist 
Student Lfnion, and the Association for Childhood Education. 
Mary Catherine was on the Honor Roll, Dean's List, and All 
A's List at East Carolina. Future plans for Mary Catherine center 
around teaching. 



LUTHER GARY LEONARD 

Business administration and accounting were Gar)''s main scho- 
lastic interests. Gary was president of Phi Sigma Pi honorary 
fraternir)-, a member of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity, 
Dean's Advisory Council, Honor Council, Men's Residence Coun- 
cil, and the Faculty Evaluation Committee. Maintaining an Honor 
Roll and Dean's List average, Gary plans to go into public 
accounting after graduation. 



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REPRESENT SIXTEEN MAJOR FIELDS OF STUDY. 




CAREY NOEL MORPHIS 

Transferring from Chowan College, Noel ser\eci as president of the Cirkle K Club and 
as a member of the Dean's Advisory Council, the Societ)' for the Advancement of Man- 
agement, and the soccer team. He was also an intermural wrestling champion. Majoring 
in business. Noel plans to enter business management after graduation 



MARY KAY NOFFZ 

House president and secretary' ..f Garrett Hall, a fresh- 
man orientation counselor, and a member of Women's 
Judiciary and the Dean's Advisor)' Council. Mar>- Kay was 
a home economics major from Hendersonville, North Caro- 
lina. She served as president of Phi Omicron and the Home 
Economics Club. As a Dean's List and Honor Roll Student, 
Mar>' Kay plans to work toward her master's degree in 
child development 




MUSIC OFFICE 







BETTY JO orr 

Iktly Jo, a musn cduialion ma|ur fmrn Mcorcfjild. 'West 
Virginia, served as president of the Student Music Education 
National Council, vice-president of Sigma Alpha Iota, and 
secretary of the School of Music Forum. She was a mem- 
ber of the Marihing Pirates, Symphonic Band, Wind En- 
semble. Orchestra, Chapel Choir, and the College Singers. 
Betty Jo sened on the Dean's Advisor)' Council and the 
Student Government Fine Arts Committee On the Honor 
Roll and the Deans List, she was awarded an East Carolina 
College Resource Scholarship. After graduation Hetty lo 
IS planning lo go to gr.iduate siho,,| an.l then to leach music 
in publu sih.H.l 




WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 



CHARLES HERBERT PULLEY. JR. 

With a major in social studies, Charles was a 
member of the History Club and Phi Alpha Theta, 
National Honorary History Society. This Honor 
Roll, Dean's List, and all A's student sericd on 
the Men's Honor Council and the Varsity Golf 
Team. 



CHARLES JACKSON RIDDICK 

Charles served as Inter-Fraternity Council Repre- 
sentative, as rush chairman and president of the 
Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity, and as vice- 
president o( the junior class. He was chosen for 
the "Senior Greek Scholarship Award." A member 
of Chi Beta Phi, Charles plans to do graduate work 
in biolog)'. He is a native of Hobbsville, North 
Carolina, 




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FRANK LATIMER RICE. JR 

Majoring in physical education, Frank ser\'ed as S.G.A. vice- 
president, president of Jones dormitory, and sophomore class 
male senator. He served on the ring, entertainment, and home- 
coming committees. Frank participated as a member of the Men's 
Judiciary, Dean's Advisory Council, and the Associate Arts 
Board. A member of Phi Epsilon Kappa, Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, and the varsity baseball team, Frank plans to enter 
graduate school after graduation. 



UNIJ ERSITIES AND COLLEGES INCLUDES ME% WOMEN. 




CAROLYN DALE PRICE 

Teachini; hitih sthiMi! nuthcmatics i^ in the immeJute 
future ioT this mathematics mj|or. Cimlyn, a Dean's 
List student, was a member nf the Student National 
Education Association; the Mathematics Club; the King 
Youth Fellowship; and Chi Beta Phi, himoraiy science 
fraternity. In her spare time Carolyn enjoys reading and 
working crossword pu^^ies 



MICHAEL HO^-ARD .STARNES 

Transferring from Brevard College. M.kc was a com- 
mercial design major from Ashville, North Carolina. 
At Bre\ard College Mike was vice-president of both the 
Men's House Council and the sophomore class. Here he 
served as pledge master of Phi Sigma Pi, national hon- 
orary fraternit)-, and as president of Delta Phi Delta, 
honorary art fraternit}'. Other activities included serving 
on the Dean's Advisory Council and as artist for WECC- 
TV. Future plans include graduate school and later a 
career in advertising design 




STEPHEN BRUCE SNITEMAN 

As president of the Student Government Association, Steve, a psy- 
chology major from Staunton, Virginia, served East Carolina well. A 
member of the Air Force ROTC, Steve was selected as Distinguished 
Military' Cadet. Other activities included Men's Judiciary, Kappa Alpha 
Order, Homecoming Parade Chairman, and member of the swimming 
team. After graduation, Steve plans to attend graduate school or enter 
the Air Force flight school. 





NATIONAL PUBLICATION 



BENNIE TEEL 

Bennie's interests ranged from being the assistant director 
of the Greenville Collegiate Tutorial Sen-ice to serving as 
president of the Men's Glee Club, belonging to the popular film 
committee, and counseling during freshmen orientation. With 
a double major in English and French, Bennie was active in 
all phases of college life. He served as news editor and man- 
aging editor of the Easl Carol/n/an. 





GLORIA ELAINE STEPHENSON 

Gloria officiated as president of Pi Omega Pi, executive chairman 
of Gamma Beta Phi, and a state officer of Phi Beta Lambda. She was 
a member of the Dean's Advisor)' Council, The Student National Edu- 
cation Association, and the College LInion. This Honor Roll co-ed from 
■Willow Springs, North Carohna, also served as secretarj- of Fleming 
Dormitory'. 



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CHARLOTTE PATRICIA WORTHINGTON 

Charlotte's desire to work at medical centers stemmed from her interest 
in nursing and her participation in The Student Nurses' Association. She 
served as both president and secretary of this organization. A native of 
Greenville, Charlotte was a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. 



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RECOGNIZES EAST CAROLINIA STUDENTS. 



JANE PENDLETON STEPHENSON 

Treasurer of ihe senior class, Jane Slephenson cjme 
from Newport News, Vir£;mia. In keeping with her major 
in music, Jane was active in the Concert Choir, Choral 
Union. College Chorale, Women's Glee Club, College Or- 
chestra. She served as sergeant-at-arms of Sigma Alpha Iota, 
music sorority. This Honor Roll and Dean's List student 
was president of Delta Zeta social sorority and chief mar- 
shal. Jane's future plans include graduate school and teach- 
ing public school music. 




SALLY ANN ^'OPP 

Campus life for Sally included being a member of the 
Student Party, State Student Legislature Delegate, and Secre- 
tariat of the Middle South Model United Nations. Sally 
sened her sorority. Alpha Delta Pi, as vice-president. As 
an outstanding member of the Student Government Associa- 
tion. Sally sened as its secretary, as Associated Arts Board 
member, and as a member of the Traffic Controls and Home- 
coming committees. In her earlier years at East Carolina. 
Sally was a student counselor, secretary of the sophomore 
class, and junior class representative. Future plans for Sally 
include either teaching or government work. 





YEARBOOK CITES ADMINISTRATORS 



In recognition and appreciation for the outstanding ser\'ice of 
certain college administrators, faculty members, and staff to East 
Carolina College and to the surrounding community, the yearbook 
staff awards Buccaneer Citations. Persons nominated for citations are 
investigated and discussed by members of the staff before the selection 
is made. This year the 1967 Buccaneer Citation recipients are unique in 
that each has distinguished himself in a different field. 



MR. JOHN DUNCAN 

Assistant Superintendent of Building and Grounds at East 
Carolina College, Mr. John Duncan has excelled as a historian, 
centering his work around his native Pitt County, North Carolina. 
Mr. Duncan has written columns for several years for the 'Daily 
Reflector," "The News and Observer," and the "Virginian-Pilot." 
His poetry has appeared in American Weave and other literary 
magazines. Foremost of his works is Pilt County Potpourri, a 
historical volume about Pitt County with special emphasis on the 
city of Greenville and the development of East Carolina College. 
In his spare time, Mr. Duncan tours the East Coast visiting 
historical sites. 





MR RUDOLPH ALEXANDER 

Active in local and civic affairs, Mr. Rudolph Alexander, Assistant Dean 
of Student Affairs, has served as college chairman of the Pitt County 
United Fund. As cubmaster of a local cub scout pack, he was named the 
outstanding adult scouter in Pitt County in 1963. Mr. Alexander has 
also been active in the Saint James Methodist Church, where he has served 
on the Official Board and as Superintendent of Sunday School. With a 
B.S. and ^^A. degrees from Fast Carolina College, he now holds 
chairmanship of the college Campus Movies, Foreign Films, Popular Enter- 
tainment, Fine Arts, and Lecture Series Committees. Among his other 
responsibilities are the Student ID Cards, the Central Ticket Office, and 
Business Advisor for the student handbook. Professionally, he is affiliated 
with Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi. 



MR. HERBERT CARLTON 

A member of the Southern Political Science Association and the North 
Carolina Council for the Social Studies, Mr. Herbert R. Carlton has at- 
tended the University of Richmond and East Carolina College for his 
B.S. and M.A. degrees and has done graduate study at the LIni\ersity of 
North Carolina. A(r. Carlton feels that his main interest is his teaching 
career and his students. 



FOR ACHIEVEMENTS, CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIETY. 



DR. CLINTON R. PREWEIT 
With a B.S- degree in Chemisiry- from Ihe Uni- 
versit}' of Georgia, a M.A. degree in Administra- 
tion from the Uni\ersit}' of Oklahoma, and a 
Ph.D. degree in PsvchoIog>' from the University 
of North CaroHna, Dr. CUnton R. Prewett had 
been both a high school and college teacher be- 
fore coming to East Carohna College in 1951 
Several articles by Dr. Prewett have been published 
on the state and national lex els. He is a member 
of Phi Delta Kappa, the American Psychological 
Association, and the Board of Directors of the 
North Carolina Mental Health Association He is 
also listed in Who's Who in AjiitrUa. 





MAJOR KEVIN T. RYAN, JR. 
Reiciv.ng his BS. degree from the Unncrsity of Maryland, 
recently promoted Major Ke\in T. Ryan, Jr. is an instructor 
in the Department of Aerospace .Studies Since coming to East 
Carolina, Major Ryan has helped in reorganizing the Air Force 
ROTC program to include a two-year program instead of the 
regular four-year program. Being advisor of the Arnold Air So- 
ciety and Angel Flight, Major Ryan shows his genuine inlertsl 
in students. Besides teaching in the classroom, he also teaches 
ground school and monitors the cadet corps flying program. This 
commandant of cadet corps enjoys playing golf in his spare time. 



MR. JAMES B MALLORY 
Athletics have highlighted the career of Mr. James B. Mallor)-, Dean of 
Men at East Carolina. Voted the most outstanding amateur baseball player 
in the United Slates m 19-fO, Dean Mallory played professionally with 
the Washington Senators, the Saint Louis Cardinals, and the New York 
Giants. This Universirj- of North Carolina AU-American was presented the 
Raleigh. North Carolina, Hot Stove Award for his contributions to baseball. 
Coming to East Carolina in 195.^ as assistant football and head baseball 
coach, Mr. Mallory advanced to the office of Dean of Men in 195,S. In 
this position he serves as .idviser to the Men's Judicial System, the Inter- 
Fraternity Council, and the Men's Residence Council. 




CITATIONS RECOGNIZE FACULTY, STAFF. 





^[RS. MARY SORENSEN 

Sening as literary advisor to the BUCCANEER, Mrs. Mary 
Sorensen is a member of the Eastern Carolina Association of 
Phi Beta Kappa and is an alumna member i.'t Alpha Delta 
Phi. Locally, she is a member of the Freshman Composition 
Committee. Ha\ing had se\eral articles published by the Schol- 
astic Press of Columbia University, Mrs. Sorensen received her 
AB degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro 
and her MA degree from East Carolina College. As bridge is 
one of her favorite pastimes, she belongs to the Faculty Dup- 
licate Bridge Club 




DR. GEORGE WEIGAND 

Adviser of Sigma Tau Sigma, member of the Board of Direc- 
tors of the Pitt County Mental Health Association, and a mem- 
ber of the Pitt County Action Committee are activities of Dr. 
George Weigand. East Carolina's Director of Guidance and 
Counseling. Dr. Weigand holds an A.B. Degree in psychology 
from the Johns Hopkins University and a Ph. D. degree in 
psychology from the University of Maryland. With many pub- 
lications and papers to his credit. Dr. Weigand is a member 
of many professional organizations including Phi Delta Kappa 
He is also certified as a Psychologist by the Maryland Board 
of Examiners of Psychologists. This father of four children 
still finds time to enjoy such hobbies as photography, wood 
working, and music. 



DR. JACK THORNHILL 

With two publications to his credit, "Strikes in the Plastics Industry" and 
"Fringe Benefits in the Plastics Industry," Dr. Jack Thornhill is a recent ad- 
dition to the East Carolina faculty. Dr. Thornhill recei\'ed his A.B. degree 
from Wiltenburg University, his Master in Letters in Economics from the 
University of Pittsburg, and his Ph.D. degree from Louisiana State Univer- 
sity. The American Economics Association. Southern Economics Association, 
Southwestern Social Science Association, and Masonic Lodge are organizations 
of which he is a member. In college, Dr. Thornhill was a Dean's List stu- 
dent, a member nf Beta Gamma Sigma, Honorary Business Fraternity, and 
Beta Beta Beta, Honorary Biology Fraternity. Dr. Thornhill is interested in 
all types of sports 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCLiTION 



EXECUTIVE BRANCH 



Heading the Exeaative Branch were five ex- 
ecutive officers who were elected by and from the 
student body. This branch included a president, 
vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and historian, 
and the four class presidents. The combined 
efforts of the SGA executive officers and the 
class presidents were used in formulating policy, 
appointing judicial members, and making recom- 
mendations to the Student Legislature. 




Steve Sniteman 
President 




FORMULATES POLICIES. 




JnAnn House 
Unlorun 



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LEGISLATURE RECOGNIZES 



Assuming the responsibility for all student activity expenditures and the 
sponsorship of campus organizations and publications, the Student Govern- 
ment Legislature functioned within a wide capacity. Composed of dormitory 
and day student representatives, the speaker, and the SGA vice-president, the 
legislature acted as spokesman for the students of the college. The legislature 
selected its own speaker of the house from within the group. The lawmak- 
ing body of the Student Government Association was vitally concerned 
with the promotion of the importance of the mdividual student. 



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Adams, Gale 
Andrews, Courtney 
Beasle)', Earle 
Boone, Pat 
Bullock, Gwen 











Coe, Candy 
De.il, Bill 
Elam, Bill 
Firestone, Carol 
Garret, Gwyn 
Grady, Phyliss 



Grant, Marcia 
Harv'ey, Jean 
Hendricks, Marjory 
Hicks, Nancy 
Kimsey, Jim 
Love, Lynda 



Lloyd, David 
Morrisette, Steve 
Riddle, Caroline 
Schafford, JoAnn 
Simmons, Patsy 
Staley, John 



Street, Susan 
Tetterton, Linda 
Watson, Charles 
Wentzel, Sandy 
West, Linda 
Winstead, Gay 



IMPORTANCE OF INDIJ IDUAL STUDENT. 




Heated floor debate sparks legislative acti( 




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Ejric Beaslcy pr.ms th.ii the averaKe colltjje siudeni finds u hard 10 pay for the 
extra expenses that (iille>;e deiDands. 



David Lloyd questions the Speaker. 



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As an advisory body to the 
President, the Presidential Cab- 
inet set pohcies for the Stu- 
dent Government Association 
and saw that these policies were 
enacted. The members of this 
body included the various sec- 
retaries appointed by the Presi- 
dent. 



Mary Ambrose, Bill Deal, Ste\e Moore, Steve Sniteman, Frank Rice, Barry Blick. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 





Jay Barber 
Faculty Evalu.ition Committee Ch 



Ed Tipton 
Elections Committee Chi. 




Giving students a chance to participate directly 
in their government, the executive committees were 
concerned with evaluating and solving the problems 
in their respective fields of student activities. The 
SGA president appointed the committee chairmen, 
who worked in coordination with the three branches 
of the Student Government Association. 



Earle Beasley 
Eflterliiinment Cormnittee Chairman 



EJ ALUATES STUDENT PROBLEMS. 





Ste\c Moore 
Bud^il ComnuUce Cha 



Bjrry Blick 
Sccnlary of Inlcrnal Ajjj 




FULL-TIME SGA EMPLOYEES 
INCREASE EFFICIENCY. 



Bruce Whitaker 
Staff PhotoRraphei 






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SG-4 CONTINUES THROl GHOl T SI MMER. 




Operating on a basis similar to that used by the 
regular term SGA, the Summer School Student Gov- 
ernment Association carried on activities throughout 
the summer. Executive duties were performed by an 
entire new set of officers and representatives elected 
at the beginning of the term. Disciplinary problems 
occuring during the summer were handled by the 
College Discipline Committee, composed of both stu- 
dent and faculty members. 



Lc.psLlors Nanc}- Hick;. Annj Basford. Donna Dean5, Manon Morga 




Sealed: Layton Getsinger, Frank Welty, Chairman; Howard Salenius. St.inJin;^: Steve Hartley, Alike M.ida,i;an. Mickey Hill. Nap Burns. 



JUDICIARIES HANDLE BREACH 




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Woody Huhand. Public Defender; Tom Miller, Assistant Attorney General; Charles Denny, Attorney General. 




JoAnn Vaughn, Vice-Chairman; la 



Trying all cases of student misbehavior which did not involve breach 
of the Honor Code, the Men's and Women's Judiciary Councils func- 
tioned separately to sene their respective constituents. These courts 
were not concerned with dormitory violations, but with violations of 
college regulation. These Boards had the privilege to refer any case 
to their respective Honor Councils. Men's Judiciary was composed 
of seven members and one alternate. Women's Judiciary consisted of 
a chairman, vice-chairman, secretary-treasurer, two members-at-large, 
the president of each women's dormitory, and representatives of each 
sorority house. 



OF COLLEGE REGULATIONS. 




Stated: JoAnn Vaughn, Janet Broajhurst, Janice Richardson. Sunditig: Linda Da\enp 
Becky Mills, Marjorie Hendricks. Betsy Allen, Susan Da\is, Lynn Shearin. Janice 
ner, Sandra Karsmuk. Belly Card, Judy Sheltnn, Charlene Tieielbaum, Jody McGow.! 



>.kc, Betty Huover; 
ine Jchns'in, Sherr 



in, Alyce Gardner, Glenda Crocker, 
Coins, Kay Thigpen, Karen Wag- 



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HONOR COUNCILS TRY 




Two honor councils, one for men 
and one for women, had original and 
referred jurisdiction over all violations 
of the Honor Code. These honor coun- 
cils were concerned with cases involv- 
ing lying, cheating, stealing, or matters 
of possible suspension or expulsion of 
students. Each council was composed of 
seven members and one alternate. 



Jim Franklin, Bill Deal, co-chairmen 




Sea/eJ: Jim Franklin, Bill Deal Siandms: John Mumford, Jerry Allen, Lindsey Gould, John Wade. Sam Lilly, Ed Muggins. 



HOyOR CODE J lOLATIONS. 




Seated: Jan Smith. i-r,iiuo ( ,,rn:i> li.icl, lirth \\ils,in, J.uk- Bn.wn. 
Sl.iiiding: Jan Jack^.n. Gmnv Rnhcrls. Nancv Hicks, K.-scman' H..r 




Ginn> Roberts, Secretar>'i Jan Jackson. Chairman; Frances CarmichacI, Vice-Chairman. 



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MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL UNITES 
MALE DORMITORY STUDENTS. 




Organized for the purpose of developing a fraternal 
relationship between men students residing in the 
dormitories, the Men's Residence Council sponsored 
numerous social activities to promote this feeling of 
brotherhood. This organization functioned in an ef- 
fort to maintain an efficient system of student govern- 
ment in the college men's residence halls. The es- 
tablishment of its court system, which governed cases 
involving dormitory conduct and dormitory property 
damage, was the most vital organ of the Men's Resi- 
dence Council. 



Sejied: Jeff Bacon, Court Chairman; Bill Moore, President; Paul Allen, Secretary. 
Standing: Larry Felton, Treasurer; Harry Knight, Vice-President; Bob Reynolds, 
Alternate Member. 




MRC meets to discuss current problems concerning male dormitory students. 



As advisor to the Student Government Association publica- 
tions, the Publications Board supervised the £<a/ Cdroliii'uui, 
the Bticcaneer, the Rebel, and the Key. Composed of faculty 
advisers of the pubhcations, an administrative official, editors 
and business managers of the publications, and student mem- 
bers-at-larpe elected by the Student Government Association 
Legislature, the Publications Board was also an advisory and 
supervisor)- board responsible for counseling in fiscal mat- 
ters. The Publications Board selected the editors, regulated th" 
salaries, and approved all student publications of the college. 



BOARD SVPERJ ISES 

FOUR STUDENT PUBLICATIONS. 




Staled Dr. Leo Jenkins, Dr. James H Tucker, Dr Robert I, Hr.lt, SlaiidinR: Nellie I-ce, .Mrs Mary Si.rens.m, Mr Rujnlph Alexander, E.ule Beasley, 
Richard Da'.es. Mr, Wvatt Brown. Henry Townsend, Ste\c Snitcman, Fr.ink Rice, Jim Voun^;, Mrs. Antoinette Jenkins 







AcaJemia and SGA Siajf: Mart)' Almon, EJ:, 
ford, Judy Feuerriegel. 



Strickland, Janice Mum- 



In an eftort to provide students with a comprehensive 
collection of memories of the school year, the staff of 
the yearbook, the Biicciiieer. j-pent much time and energy 
to make this book a highly-rated publication. Beginning 
in the spring, under the direction of the editor-in-chief, 
the section editors and their staffs made preparations 
tor the following year. Copy was written, reworked, 
and written again. In the same manner lay-outs were 
drawn and revised until a satisfactory design was reached. 
Everyone co-operated to meet deadlines set by the editor 
and the publishing company. A sense of satisfaction was 
felt by all when the brown line proofs were received in 
the early spring. These were corrected, approved, and 
returned to the company. The yearbooks were distributed 
in early May. 




Mary Catherine Joyner 
Organizations Editor 




Sports Stuff: Josie Houston, Bill Newton, Ralph Smith. EJitot; Barbara 
Atkins, 



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BUCCANEER STRIJ ES TO REFLECT 
HIGHLIGHTS OF SCHOOL YEAR. 




David 
Fine Am Editor 



BUCCANEER STAFF 



Editor 

B;/sineis Manager 

Copy Editor 

Acidemia, SCA Editor 

Feature! Editor 

Classes Editor 

Organizatiotu Editor 

Creek Editor 

Sports Editor 

Fine Arts Editor 



Jim Young 

Earlc Bcaslcy 

Becki Barrow 

Marty Almon 

Linda Ivcy 

Lcc Black-well, Jr. 

Mary Catherine Joyncr 

Bettie Card 

Ralph Smith 

David Brown 




Greek Slaff: Anne Card; Jean Halliburton; Bettie Card, EJilor; Carolyn Cootes- Sus 
Corey. ' 



EAST CAROLINIAN VOICES STUDENTS' OPINIONS. 




The East Carolinhin continued as a bi-weekly newspaper this year with head- 
nes on issues pertaining to the University status question, SGA elections, and 
the Vietnam War. Winter Quarter, the paper swerved idealistically toward 
Higher Education and Seminar Interaction. 

The student newspaper incited comments that went from radical to conser- 
vative. Three streamer headlines were seldom used. The editorial pages created 
the most controversy. Whether libral or conservative in the light of the reader, 
the staff of the EaU Cdroliiiiiin prided itself as being liberal. The definition for 
liberal was based on weighing both sides of an issue as accurately as possible. 

In its forty-first year as the "students' voice," the East Carolinian offered stu- 
dents an opportunity to write and to learn the internal workings of newspaper 
journalism. Dedicated to good standards of journalism, the official news organ 
of the campus continued to strive for accurate presentation of news and kept 
in mind the following purposes: to inform, to educate, to stimulate student 
interest, and to voice the problems of the students. 

As one of the few student-run college bi-weeklies in the nation, the East 
Carolinian enjoyed membership in the Associated Collegiate Press Association, 
the Intercollegiate Press, the United States Student Press Association, and the 
Carolinas Collegiate Press Association. 

EAST CAROLINIAN STAFF 



Editor 

Associate Editor 

Managing Editor 

Business Aianager 

Editorial Editor 

Co-News Editors 

Sports Editor 

Features Editor 

Proofreader 

Typist 

Subscription Manager 



Nellie Lee 
Becky Hobgood 
Bill Rufty 
Richard Daves 
Frisby Hendricks ■ 
Sandy Mims 
Duncan Stout 
Clem Williams 
Marcy Jordan 
Lynn Morgan 
Sara White 
Ann Partridge 




Becky Hobgood 
Associate Editor 



jVf K ( T.vi//' sealed. Duncan Slout, Sandy Mims. Lotdnors. Standing, Dave CuUey, Pam 
S.inJi's lidb Robinson, Eileen VCeiner, Katy Prid^en, Josie Lackey, John Reynolds. 

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Uyoul Sulj: Phyllis BridKemjn, Sandy Stem 
Linda Smith. Gayle Daniel. 



Lynn Morgan 
Chi, I Proof RejJ, 




Informing new students about organiza- 
tions, policies, and activities of East Caro- 
lina College was the job of the Key. This 
handy reference book was printed by a staff 
selected during Winter Quarter. Completed 
in the Spring, the Key was distributed to in- 
coming freshmen who visited East Carolina 
during the summer months. 



Jean Joyner, Ediior; Elizabeth Cooke, Associate Editor. 



KEY EXPLAINS CAMPUS LIFE. 




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Emily Sellers, Typist. 



REBEL ENCOURAGES LITERARY TALENT. 




To give students and faculty an opportun- 
ity to develop their literary talents, the Rthtl 
published selections of prose, poetry, book 
reviews, intersiews, and art. A member of 
the Associated Collegiate Press, the Rebel 
was sponsored by the Student Government. 



Ron and Bettic discuss the Fall issue of the Rtbel. 




Sealed: Ron Watson, Editor; Sandy Thomas, Copy Editor, Standing: Bctiie Adams, /iisvciatc- Editor; Pal Wilson, Peggy Taylor, As 
Henry Townsend, Business Manager; Don Dunaway, Art Editor. 



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BASEBALL, 1966 



East Carolina's fighting Pirates took the Southern Confer- 
ence championship in 1966 by posting a 12-3 conference 
record and a 17-10 record through all games. Paced by pitchers 
Jimmy Raynor and Raymond Burke, the Buccaneers went as 
far as the NCAA District 3 Tournament but there lost to 
the University of North Carolina and Florida State University. 

Starting the season with a 5-3 victory over University of 
North Carolina, the Bucs reeled off two wins in the first three 
games before losing two straight to the Redskins from the 
University of Massachusetts. Conference losses were to George 
Washington University, The College of William and Mary, 
and West Virginia University. Highlights of the season in- 
cluded 7-4 and 7-6 wins over Duke University and the 6-0 
championship clincher over The Citadel in the final games of 
the regular season. 



COACH EARL SMITH 



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FiriJ Rou D. Foster. D. Winchester, L. Dunn, L, Smith, C. Daddona, J Parrish 
R. Giffdi I Sicon.l Ron-: A. Calder, D. Barbnur. F. Rndriquez. B. Kaylor, J. 



Raynor, O. Jarvis. R. Hed^etocl:, Third Rou- D. Burke, ], Daniels, W. Britton 
R Narron, F. Rice, S, Fnrnash, J. Snyder. 



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The Pirates are congratulated after movint; one step closer to the conference championship. 



PIRATES GAIN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP. 





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Coach Smith plans future strateg>' 




Wayne Britton pulls safely into second base. 



RAYNOR, BURKE CAPTURE 13 GAMES. 




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Jim Raynor shows winning form. 



Smith heads for home going full speed. 



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Richard Hedgecock makes a routine out as Bucs sweep doubleheaJer from Furman Paladii 



SCOREBOARD 

ECC. . . .5 University of North Carolinj . . 3 

FCC. . .1 Springfield 7 

ECC. ,6 Springfield 2 

ECC .... 1 Massachusetts 4 

ECC ... 4 Massachusetts 5 

ECC ? Ithaca 

ECC Ithaca 1 

ECC .... 9 George Washington 2 

ECC .... 6 George Washington 8 

ECC 4 Davidson 

ECC. . . .1 Davidson 

ECC 7 Duke 4 

ECC 1 William & Mary 4 

ECC 4 Richmond 1 

ECC 5 Richmond 

ECC 3 West Virginia 

ECC 2 West Virginia 7 

ECC. .7 V.M.I 

ECC... .5 V.MI 

ECC .... 3 Furman 

ECC .... 6 Furman 2 

ECC .... 7 Duke 6 

ECC ... 10 William & Mary 1 

ECC. . . .6 State 16 

ECC. ...6 The Citadel 



BVCS POST 17- 10 SEASON FOR 1966. 



Pirate outfielders close in on fly ball. 



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Catcher Rooster Narr..n waits for the delivery 



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EAST CAROLINA'S STARTING NINE 

Front Row — E. Thome, L. Smith, D. Winchester, C. Dad- B.ifi Row — O. Jarvis, W. Britton, F. Rodrieguez, B. Kaylo 

dona. R. Hedgecock. 





BASEBALL 



Carl DaJdona prepares to go for second on short notice. 




agjii.sl North Carol 

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tifs before the first game of the season 




Congratulations are extended to the winning pitcher. 



Fred Rodriguez nmnMs iJu 



BASEBALL 



Jim Raynnr, Ed Thome, and Dave Winchester pause during ihe East Carohna nffensixc half of the inning. 





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Dave Winchester breaks away for second. 




Richard Hedgecock stretches to make the out. 



BUCS TRIUMPH IN 12 CONFERENCE BATTLES. 




Fred Rodriguez surveys the field befoi 
taking action. 



Carl Daddona, Dave Winchester, and Bob Kaylor await the start of the game. 



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Kneeling: L. Bnnson. J. Johnson. J. Garbett, T, Hickey, J Allen, B T. Slazek, M. Weiton, M, Havard, B, Rynearson, T, Goodwin 

Price, Stanilnig: Coach Baxter Berrjhill, T Taylor. C Hudson, E Whyle, 



TRACK 







Clem Williams and Gene Thompson exchange the baton in 4-40 relay. 



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Henry Coble puts the shot. 



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TRACK TEAM PLACES NINTH IN STATE MEET. 




In the All-State Track Meet, the Pirate Varsity Track Team 
finished ninth among the fourteen participating teams. Out- 
standing participants of the meet were Buddy Price, second 
in the pole vaulting event; Mac Havard, third in the 440 
event; Charles Hudson, fourth in the 880; and Ed Johnson, 
fifth in the mile. The mile relay team also placed fifth in this 
event. 

Setting a Southern Conference record in the Davidson re- 
lays. Buddy Price vaulted 14 feet 81^ inches. He also set a 
school record when he vaulted 15 feet 2 inches in the meet 
against Frederick College. 

Pacing the Freshman All-State team was Jim Cargill, North 
Carolina State Champion in the high Hurdles, and Bill Diugu- 
id, state champion in the pole vault. Other members who placed 
in the All-State meet were Mike Bridges in the 100 yard dash, 
Whit Whitfield in the 440, Bill Wooten m the Javelin, and 
Clem Williams in broad jump. Mike Bridges, Bill Cotheren, 
Clem Williams, and Gene Thompson, the 440 relay team, 
placed fourth. Peter Moe, a freshman transfer student from 
Norway, broke existing Southern Conference records in 
the high jump. 



up for broad jump. 



Jerry Allen 
high jump. 





Last few minutes of the mile 



ECC 
ECC 
ECC. 
ECC. 
ECC. 
ECC 
ECC. 
ECC 



Bob Rynearson clears pole vault. 

TRACK RESILTS 

41 North Carolina State University . . 104 

"1 Daxidson College 72 

57 University of Richmond 88 

92 Atlantic Christian College 47 

31 The Citadel 112 

55 Old Dominion 87 

48 V.P.I 95 

79 Frederick 65 





Ed Whyte throws the javelin 



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SEASON RECORD 



ECC 4 

ECC 5 

ECC 5 

ECC 2 

ECC 2 

ECC 

ECC 8 

ECC 1 

ECC. 2 

ECC 

ECC 3 

ECC 3 

ECC 3 

ECC 

ECC 

ECC 8 

ECC 5 

ECC 6 



Furman University 5 

VMI 4 

College of Charleston 4 

The Citadel '.7 

The College of William 

and Mary 7 

Davidson College 9 

The Citadel 1 

Ball State College 8 

George Washington Univ. . . 7 
Old Dominion College .... 9 
Atlantic Christian College .... 5 

Pfeiffer College 4 

University of South Carolina . . 6 

Clemson University 9 

Presbyterian College 9 

Wofford 1 

Atlantic Christian 4 

Richmond 3 





Ron Hignite demonstrates his winning form. 



NETMEN CLINCH FOURTH SPOT IN TOURNAMENT. 




worth, D. Simmons. C. Taylor, T. Dean. B. Diday, C. Bissette. 





Displayins; his hackcourt skill. Bob Diday sets the pace 



Ron Hignile, Cuach Builard, and Frank Cooke discuss strategy before the game begins. 



COOKE, HIGNITE SPEARHEAD TENNIS SQUAD. 



Frank Cooke gels set to slam the ball back to his op- 
ponent. 



.Sp.trkeil hy Frank Cooke .mil Ron Hignite, East Carolina's 
tennis team finished fourth in the 1966 Southern Conference 
tourn.inient and compiled a season record of 6-12. A young 
.squad, the majority will be returning in l'.>67 under the Icid- 
ership of Coach Harold Bullard. 

Number one man on the team, I'rank Cooke, posted the 
best record. Ron Hignite filled m the second position and 
achieved the most consistent backcourt game. Chuck Taylor 
held position number three, and Chip Van Middlesworth 
claimed the fourth spot. Boh Diday .md Tom Dean possessed 
the fifth and sixth positions. 

Hignite and Cooke, who had .1 three year record of SI -8, 
composed the number one doubles team. Taylor and Van 
Middlesworth, the number three doubles team, posted the 
most outstanding record on the squad for the year. 




ROWING TEAM FACES FIRST COMPETITION 




First in the state to have a crew program, East 
Carolina takes pride in its rowing team. In existence 
for only two years, the squad took on opponents for 
the first time in 1966. 

Despite the odds, the team participated in a regatta 
in Washington, D.C. during the spring hohdays. The 
East Carolina Pirates finished last in competition with 
teams from the University of Pennsylvania, Wash- 
ington and Lee High School, and Hammond High 
School. George Washington University beat East 
Carolina hy one length; Georgetown University beat 
the Pirates by two lengths. 

Under Coach Andre Brousseau, the varsity squad 
participated on the water last year. Both freshmen 
and varsity teams participated this year in races with 
other colleges along the East Coast as the sport 
expanded with East Carolina College. 



Kneeling: P. Shannon, A. Brousseau, coach; Second Row: B. Perkins, S. Beatty, F. 
Mitchell, H. Trotter; Third Row: D. Re>-waud, A. Mearn. C. Helms, G. Wooten. 




Crew team prepares to liit the water 



GOLFERS WIN 4, LOSE 6 




SuuJiHg: Coach Carr, J. Andrews, C. Guthrie. C. Fullty, H Ptrrniar, 
Kneeling: P. Somers, M Malinsky, J. Handlon. G. Mull, 



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Buc linksler 
visually checks 
the green be- 
fore putting;. 




Coached hy Wendell Cirr and Assistant Phil 
Somers, the 1966 Hast Carolina golf team played 
a full Southern Conference schedule. After an un- 
successful season of four wins and six losses, the 
Pirates, led by C;aptain Gary Mull, nailed down 
sixth place in the conference tournament. 

In the 1967 games sophomore linksters will 
suppoit returning lettermen Carl Guthrie, Jim Hand- 
Ion, Mike Malinsky, and Howard Permar. 




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Ktieeling: P. Katzburg, W. Gooden, P. Mersh, R. Cortesse, T. 
Boyhan, K. Voorhees, E. Wald, R. Cortesse, R. Sykes, R. Williams, 
B. Clymer, J. Cassidy. Standing: N. Corsey, M. Goldfarb, D. 



Wheeler, D. Pierce, B. Bingen, R. Aversa, B. McWatters, J. 
McLaughlin, K, Ryan, C. Coviel, G. McCulloch, M. McShave 



STICKMEN RECORD INITIAL VICTORY. 




Ron Williams works for a goal. 



"Ball on right!" "Check sticks!" These were the sounds of East 
Carolina's Lacrosse Club in its second year of play. Facing a 
tough schedule, the Buc stickmen posted a 1-5 record. The high- 
light of the season was East Carolina's first Lacrosse victory. The 
hard fought game with Roanoke College resulted in an 11-9 de- 
cision for the Pirates. The victory was sparked by four goals by 
Tom Boyham and two quick goals and an assist in the fourth 
quarter by Kirk Voorhees. In a defensive battle, the Pirates led 
the University of North Carolina until Carolina managed two last 
minute goals to defeat the Bucs 5-4. The schedule also included 
Duke University, Amherst College, and the Catonsville Lacrosse 
Club of Baltimore, a team made up of ex-college standouts. 

Co-captains Tom Boyhan and Kirk Voorhees and faculty spon- 
sor Mr. Ron Kandy coached the Pirates. The team worked hard 
to perfect the skills of Lacrosse which may be compared to ice 
hockey in roughness and objectives. 

Midfielders Kirk Voorhees and Gary McCulloch and attack- 
man Tom Boyhan led the Pirate offense. Defenseman Rocky 
Aversa and goalie Marty Goldfarb did an outstanding job in 
limiting opponents' scoring. 



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111 Row: B. Wuhrow. S. Oliver, A. Glass, B. Livermore, W. Lineberry, J. 
Tcsto, P. Hutchins, B. Cries, K. Moran, J. Adkins, E. Nottingham, R. Ellis, 
P. Crane, J. Crew, L. Cobb, W. Bostic, B. Bailey, N Gravati, B. Prince, T. 
Grant, P. Scnnurr, G. Gay, N. Hushes, T, Hicks. 2:,J Row: M Hernnt;, P, 



Moe, R. Paris, B. Reagan, C. Overton, J. Johnson, R. Vincent, V. Hester, 
B. Reynolds, M. Bridges, B. Rose, E. Carlson, J Dudley, B. Kohler. C. For- 
ber, M. Ellis, B. Cothren, J- Wayne, J. Shuffler, D. Hamilton, M, Hunnicutt, 
G Medinger. 



GRIDDERS COP SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLE 



East Cirolin.i finished the iyrt6 fdotb.ill seasun with .in o\'crall record 
of -i-5-l and a Southern Conference total of 4-1-1. In their first year 
of eligibiht)' for the Southern Conference Championship the Pirates 
spht the crown with the College of William and Mar)'. 

Playing as a nia)nr college in the National Collegiate Athletic As- 
sociation for the first time, the Bucs posted their first losing record 
since 195ft. The lone conference loss came at the hands of the George 
Washington University Colonials in a game played in Washington, 
D.C. East Carolina and the College of William and Mary tied in the 
season opener for the both teams. Northeast Louisiana State College, 
Southern Illinois University, the University of Southern Mississippi, and 
the University of Louisville each downed the Pirates. Buc victories 
were all over conference opponents — Eurman University, Davidson 
College, The Citadel, and the University of Richmond. 

Leading the Buccaneers' offense was tailback Bill Bailey with II "12 
yards in total offense. Tailback Dennis Young rolled for AH2 yards 
for second place honors and fullback Cieorgc Ciay placed third on the 
squad with 46S yards. KcMn Moran. Pete Crane, .md W.iync Lineberry 
were cited as outstanding defensive performers for the Pirates. Out- 
standing sophomores who will be returning to bolster next year's team 
are Jim I-'lowe, George Gay, Dennis 'Voung, Wayne Lineberry, Bob 
Withrrow, Dave Hamilton, Bill Livermore, and Mylcs Hunnicutt. 




Head Coach Cla 
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PIRATES, INDIANS BATTLE TO 7-7 TIE. 




Wingback Robert Ellis intercepts a Redskin pass 








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East Carolina and William and Mary, the two teams picked 
as pre-season fa\'orites to win the Southern Conference title, 
battled to a 7-7 tie in Williamsburg, Virginia, in the first 
game of the 1966 season. The game proved to be a defensive 
contest with the only two touchdowns coming on punt re- 
turns by East Carolina's Robert Ellis and William and Mary's 
Chip Young. 

Early in the second quarter. Chip Young received a punt 
by Mike Herring on the 5 yard line and returned it 95 yards 
for the Indian score. Donnie McGuire successfully booted the 
extra point. 

In the third quarter, Robert Ellis equalized the Redskin 
touchdown by running a punt from the William and Mary 25 
yard line for the score. Bob Paris kicked the extra point to 
make the score 7-7. 

Offensively the Pirates made 268 yards compared to 145 
for the Indians. Bill Bailey led both teams in individual rush- 
ing yardage by gaining 70 yards in 13 carries, and sophomore 
George Gay ran a close second with 6l yards in 10 carries. 
For William and Mary, Marty Fuller claimed top honors with 
5 2 yards. Dan Darragh passed for 64 yards to lead both teams, 
and East Carolina's Bill Bailey finished with 61 aerial yards. 




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Bill Bailey evades llie William and Mary defense for more rushing yardage 



PIRATES SUFFER FIRST LOSS OF YEAR. 




Eist Carolina defense prepares to start work. 



Handini; East Carolina its second loss in 
two years, the Northeast Louisiana Indians 
hahed the Pirates 21-14, Behind 7-0 early in 
the game, the Bucs estabhshed a 14-7 lead 
midway in the third period only to see North- 
east's Dalton LeBlanc score two touchdowns 
to tie the game and then claim the victory. 

Northeast Louisiana scored first on a 40 
yard touchdown jaunt by Steve Mansur, 
Blake's successful kick after the touchdown 
moved the Indians ahead 7-0. Bill Bailey hit 
pay dirt for the Bucs on a 9 yard run, and 
Boh I-'aris tied the game at 7-7 with the 
[-mint after. Jim Flowe pushed the Bucs ahead 
on a tally from the 3 yard line. With the 
next twelve plays, the Redskins tied the game 
14-14 on LeBlanc's carry from the 3. North- 
east Louisiana's winning touchdown come 
in the final period when LeBlanc broke 
loose for the remaining 63 yards. 

Gaining 190 yards in net offense, East 
Carolina's Bill Bailey claimed top honors 
for the game. Jim Flowe followed him with 
63. For the Indians, Dalton LeBlanc ran for 
135 yards; and Steve Mansur gathered a 
total of 89. 




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EAST CAROLINA BLANKS FURMAN 17-0. 



East Carolina held the Furman Paladins scoreless the entire 
game to win the first home contest of the season 17-0. Spear- 
headed by Jim Flowe and Bill Bailey, the Buccaneers scored 
with approximately two minutes gone in the first period as 
Flowe carried from the one. 

The Pirates fostered a second drive late in the second quarter 
from their own 30 yard line. Penetrating as far as the Paladin 
18 with time running short, a pass intended for Bob Withrow 
was intercepted on the goal line by Jimmy Jordan to end the 
quarter. 

Starting the only serious scoring threat early in the third 
quarter. Furman reached the Pirate 20 yard line before Robert 
Ellis intercepted Bob Stillwell's pass on the two. 

Bob Paris increased the East Carolina lead with 6:42 re- 
maining in the game on a field goal when a Pirate drive fizzled 
on the six yard line. Not wasting any time, Leroy Cobb in- 
tercepted a Furman pass on the ten and returned it to the five 
yard line. On the fourth down a pass from George Gay to 
Neal Hughes gave East Carolina a 16 point margin with 36 sec- 
onds remaining. Bob Paris completed the scoring with his extra 
point to make the final score 17-0. 




George Veal (65) attacks the Buc offense from the 




East Carolina linemen contrcl Paladin offense without any trouble 



COLONIALS TOPPLE FAVORED EAST CAROLINA. 



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Pirate tacklers hale the George Washington offense. 




Participating in the- third conference game of the season. 
Hast Caroiin.i lost 20-7 to an inspired George Washington 
team. Steve Molnar sparked the Colonials' attack with two 
touchdowns and 101 net yards rushing. 

East Carolina started off fast recovering a fumble by Mohiar 
on the Colonial 29 yanl line. Reaching the 14, the Pirates tried 
a field goal which fell short; thus, George Washington gained 
possession. During the first period the Colonials moved ahead 
7-0. Taking the ball nn the Buc 2.i yard line by virtue of an 
Hast Carolina fumble, George Washington scored in four plays. 
The kick by Gross was successful to put the Colonials ahead. 
With seven minutes remaining in the half, the Colonials 
Increased their lead by 3. George Washington moved to the 
19 before Gross booted a .36 yard field goal on fourth down 
to end the first half smring. 

Intercepting a pass fmni the Pir.ites on their own 36, George 
Washington moved farllur ahead with another field goal after 
penetrating to the 21 jaril line. Gross continued his kicking 
display Willi a s« yard conversion. Approximately two minutes 
later Cieorge Washington insured the upset victory on a 29 
yard touchdown run by Steve Molnar. Gross put the Colonials 
ahead 20-0 with his extra point kick. 

Preventing the first shutout since 1962, the Pirates finally 
tallied on a 61 y.ird pass from Dennis Young to Jimmy Adkins. 
With one minute kfl in the game, Bob Paris ended the scor- 
ing at 20-7 with his extra point. 



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PIRATES MAUL DAVIDSON 40-7 



Playing one of their finest games, the East Carolina Pirates 
ripped the Davidson Wildcats in the first battle between the two 
schools since 1957. After a slow first quarter the Pirates came on 
strong to win 40-7 before an overflowing homecoming crowd 
in Ficklen Stadium. 

Early in the second quarter, East Carolina began to roll by start- 
ing a scoring spree stopped only by the final gun. George Gay 
spearheaded the offense scoring three touchdowns and pitching out 
to tailbacks Billy Bailey and Dennis Young for two more. With two 
minutes gone in the second quarter. Gay plunged into the end 
zone from the one for the first Pirate score. Bob Paris' point after 
touchdown split the uprights to give the Bucs a 7-0 advantage. 
Davidson threatened in its next series of plays by getting to the 
Pirate 9 yard line before a pass from quarterback Jimmy Poole was 
taken by defensive wingback Robert Ellis. 

After a Wildcat punt with approximately six minutes left in 
the half, the Buccaneers moved 54 yards on a pass from Bailey to 
sophomore Bob Withrow. Another Gay to Bailey lateral left the 
Wildcat defenders confused and the Bucs moved ahead with a 



13 point spread. Taking possession on their own 40 yard line, 
the Pirates moved the ball well into Wildcat territory where Bailey 
connected for the ninth time as Grey Medinger crossed the goal 
line. Paris added his second point of the day giving East Carolina 
a 20-0 halftime lead. 

In the third period, Davidson's Renn Gruber intercepted a 
lateral to start the first and only successful Wildcat drive of the 
afternoon. In eleven plays the Davidson offense moved to the 
Pirate goal as Keith scored from the 2. The Bucs caught fire in a 
short time as Gay carried the ball on a 52 yard touchdown jaunt. 
In the next set of plays. East Carolina's Johnny Johnson's recovery 
of a Davidson fumble led to another Gay touchdown. The Pirates 
entered the final period with a 33-7 lead after Gay's tally. 

With eight minutes gone Neal Hughes picked a Davidson pass 
from the air to give East Carolina possession on the 34. A be- 
wildered Wildcat defense left Young in the open for a lateral from 
Gay, and Young easily scored. Paris added the extra point to end 
the scoring at East Carolina 40, Davidson 7. 




George Gay looks for running space. 




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IN '66 HOMECOMING. 







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other unidentified Pirate tackier. 



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East Carolina's Robert Ellis fakes a pass and is brought down by 
Davidson's John Walker. 



127 



LATE BUC RALLY DOWNS THE CITADEL, 



Trilling at halftime 17-6, the East Carolina Pirates 
bounced back in the second half to spoil The Citadel's 
Homecoming hopes 27-17. Sophomore tailback Dennis 
Young led the Bucs to three touchdowns in the second 
half to capture the Pirates' third conference win. 

Jim Gahagan put the Cadets ahead early in the game 
with a 25 yard field goal. Quarterback Bill Ogburn 
increased the lead to 9-0 with three minutes left in the 
first period, and Gahagan successfully booted the extra 
point to end the early scoring spree. 

East Carolina broke the ice late in the second 
period, taking full advantage of a Bulldog fumble on 
the 19 yard line. In three plays, the Bucs scored on a 
3 yard run by George Gay. The extra point attempt by 
Bob Paris failed, and the score remained 10-6. After 
receiving the kick off, the Cadets marched to the 
Buccaneer goal line in seven plays and moved ahead 
16-6 on a pass from Ogburn to John Griest, Gahagan 
made the extra point attempt good to put the Pirates 
at an eleven point disadvantage. 

Returning from the halftime break, the Bucs started 
a touchdown drive that began on the Citadel 48. With 
approximately 6 minutes elapsed in the third quarter, 
Jim Flowe tallied from the 1. Peter Moe brought East 
Carolina one point closer after the score to make it 17- 
13. 

Still trailing, the Pirates moved once again from their 
own 47 to the Citadel goal in ten plays with Dennis 
Young carrying for the touchdown. A fumble by Bill 
Ogburn gave the Bucs the ball once again two minutes 
later on the Cadet 10. Flowe carried from the one yard 
line on fourth down culminating the final big drive of 
the day for either team. Moe added the last point to 
put the Pirates on the winning side of a 27-17 score. 




Wingback Robert Ellis tak^ 




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a running play around Bulldog Cal 







Dennis Young gets away from defender Dennis Webb. 




SALIKIS HALT EAST CAROLINA PIRATES. 




Hampered by injuries, the East Cimlina Pirates were 
able to contain Southern IHinois until mid-way through 
the third quarter. Illinois took the lead 1 1-13 on a three-yard 
plunge by Doug Mougey and ended the game supporting a 
31-13 win. 

After Southern Illinois established a ^-0 lead in the first 
quarter, Jim Tlowe scored East Carolina's first touchdown 
of the g.uiic in the second c|uarter on a 3-yard dash. Peter 
Moe's attempt for the extra point was unsuccessful. With 
three minutes remaining in the quarter, Mike Bridges scram- 
bled 3'i yards for a touchdown. The kick was good and 
gave East Carolina a 13-7 lead at half-time. 

The Salukis tame back after half-time to score 24 points 
and to stop the Buts completely. At the end of the third 
quarter the score was SIP 1 i and EC 13. Illinois' first 
play in the fourth quarter ended in a touchdown. Four plays 
later Southern Illinois kicked in another three pointer with 
twelve minutes remaining. Ron Willi.ims of Illinois ended 
the scoring after a 2-yard sprint. 71ie game finished at 31-13. 



Pirate offense \ainly tries to mo\e against the .Saiuki' 



RICHMOND SUCCUMBS TO PIRATES 28-16. 



Playing their way to the number one con- 
ference position, the Pirates downed the Uni- 
versity of Richmond in East Carolina's final 
conference game of the 1966 season. With a 
28-16 score, East Carolina assured itself of 
at least a tie for the conference championship. 

Scoring for both teams seemed difficult in the 
first quarter. Finally, Mike Bragg kicked a 42 
yard field goal giving the Spiders a 3-0 lead 
at the end of the quarter. Coming alive in the 
second period, East Carolina scored two touch- 
downs — the first on a one yard run by Jim 
Flowe and the second on a pass from Bill 
Bailey to Nelson Gravatt for 22 yards. Bob 
Paris kicked both extra points successfully. 
With less than a minute remaining in the 
quarter, Jack Jones received a kickoff on the 
six and lateralled to Don Everett on the 14. 
Everett ran 86 yards for a Spider touchdown. 
The half ended favoring East Carolina 14-9. 
Neither team scored in the third quarter despite 
several fumbles and recoveries. In the fourth 
period Flowe made another one yard sprint 
for a touchdown, and Faris' kick was good. 
Everett scored for the Spiders on a five yard 
pass from Buster O'Brien. Bragg's kick added 
another point. The Pirates' final touchdown 
came on a pass from Bailey to Tom Grant for 
57 yards. Faris kicked for an additional point. 
Scoring ended with two minutes left in the 
game and gave East Carolina a 28-16 victory 
margin. 

George Gay led East Carolina's ground of- 
fense by rushing for a total of 74 yards, and 
Larry Zunich spearheaded Richmond with 51 
yards. O'Brien led all passers with 161 yards. 
Bailey, with a total of 100 yards, placed second. 





. back to the huddle to discuss strategy for the next play. 




Pirate defender sails toward Richmond offense. 



130 Tailback Bil. : ...iley rises to look for an open receiver. 




Boasting the top defensive record in the countr)-, 
Southern Mississippi University invaded the Pirates' 
home field to walk off with a 35-14 victor)-. East Carohna 
held a 7-6 halftime edge, but the Southerners proved 
too strong in the final half and chalked up 29 points. 

E.ist Orolina scored first when tailback Bill Bailey 
fumbled on the 35 and left end Bob Withrow recovered 
the ball and carried it the rest of the distance to the 
goal. Southern Mississippi put its first points on the 
scoreboard with 9:26 left in the quarter on a 19 yard 
pass from Mike McClellan to Clyde Dowd. The extra 
point attempt was no good and thus left the Pirates 
in the lead 7-6. 

McClellan moved the Southerners ahead m the third 
period by passing to Jack McAlpin from the 20. The two 
point attempt after the touchdown failed and left the 
Bucs at a 5 point disadvantage. Southern Mississippi 
increased its lead early in the fourth quarter on a 16 
yard field goal by George Siunrall. 

With nine minutes left in the game, McClellan threw 
to Qyde Dowd once again to give Southern Mississippi 
a 22-7 advantage. East Carolina moved one touchdown 
closer on a 20 yard pass from Bill Bailey to Jimniy 
Adkins. but a 92 yard kickoff return by John Johnson 
moved the Soudicrncrs out in front 29-7, and the Bucs 
did not score again. 

Bill Davis ended the scoring for Southern Mississippi 
by intercepting a pass on the East Carolina 36 and return- 
ing it for the touchdown. The extra point attempt was no 
good and left the score 35-14. 



Southerner's Mike McClellan 15 hit hard by Neal Hughes 



POWERFUL SOUTHERNERS DOWN BUCS. 



Friedhoff (46) and Johnson (26) get into the 
middle of the action- 







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CARDINALS OVERRUN BUCCANEERS. 




In the final game of the season for both teams, East 
Carohna and the University of Louisville collided in Louis- 
ville, Kentucky, as the Cardinals rolled over the Pirates 
21-7. Paced by AU-American candidate Benny Russell, 
Louisville pushed two touchdowns across the goal line in the 
last period to break a 7-7 tie and claim the victory. 

Playing scoreless ball until late in the first half, the 
Cardinals finally broke the ice with a 46 yard touchdown 
pass from Russell to Mike Dennis. Pete Compise success- 
fully booted the extra point to complete the first half scoring. 

East Carolina came to life in the third quarter and tied 
the game 7-7 on a touchdown by sophomore Jim Flowe. 
The drive began on the Louisville 49 and was carried 
to the goal line in five plays. The big play came on the 
East Carolina 29. A lateral from Nelson Gravatt gave the 
ball to Bill Bailey, who passed to Bob Withrow. Withrow 
carried the ball to the three and the first down. A penalty 
against Louisville put the ball on the one, and Flowe car- 
ried it from there. Paris' extra point attempt was good. 

Early in the fourth period the Cardinals forged ahead for 
good. Passing from the nine yard line, Russell successfully 
hit Jim Zamberlin for the score. Compise kicked the extra 
point once again. With 7:19 remaining, the Louisville 
Cardinals completed the scoring for the afternoon. In five 
plays the ball was moved from the Louisville 41 to the 
East Carolina 23. At this point Russell passed to Lonny 
Gilbert for the touchdown. Compise marked up his third 
conversion of the day to make the final score 21-7. 



Lonny Gilbert (81) and Wayne Lineberry (56) try to grab a Louisville fumble. 




Bill Bailey scans the field for an 
open receiver. 




LouisM:,. . iLti/i J breaking quarterback, Benny Russell, fails to mo\e the ball on this play. 



132 



1966 SCOREBOARD AND HIGHLIGHTS 




Coach Clarence Siasavich and Coach Man- Levy shake hands 
after the William and Mai^ game. 



DaMdson fumbles as East Carolina's Robert hllis 
Homecominq win over the Wildcats. 



rioscs in. The Pirates capti 



ECC 


7 


William and Mar>' . . 


. . 7 


ECC 


14 


Northeast Louisiana 


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ECC 


17 


Furman 


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40 


Daviclson 


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ECC 


7 


George Washington . 


. .20 


ECC 


27 


The Citadel 


. .17 


ECC 


13 


Southern Illinois .... 


. .31 


ECC 


28 


Richmond 


. ,16 


ECC 


14 


Southern Mississippi 


. .35 


ECC 


7 


Louisville 


..21 




George Washini;tons R.Jur.i StrnkKh prcpart-s to i.uklc jimmy A.ikins, The 
Colonials prevent ihe fiuts frum hein^ the snic Snuthcrn Conference (hampion. 



133 



BABY BUCS ROLL TO PERFECT SEASON. 




Richard Marroncelli (68) goes off the ground to stop a Chowan run while an 
unidentified Baby Buc tackle charges in from the front. 



Posting one of the best records in East Carolina's histor)', the 
"Baby Bucs", led by Coach Henry Vansant, rolled to an undefeated 
5-0-0 season. The team's outstanding performances were highlighted 
by the fine play of such leaders as Bryan McClure, offensive tailback, 
and Philip Bilodeau, defensive tackle. Both of these players were 
selected for the All-State football team. 

The "Baby Bucs" began their season in fine fashion by shutting 
out Frederick Military Academy 13-0. A stout defense stunned the 
opponents as the East Carolina offensive units tallied the necessary 
victory margin in their first formal appearance. 

Taking on Newport News Apprentice School in the second game 
of the season, Tommy Bullock and Butch Colson scored two touch- 
downs apiece for the Pirates. Bryan McClure hit Mike McGuirk for 
an aerial touchdown, and then this duo scored one touchdown each 
on individual rushing plays. The Bucs clinched the game 47-21. 

In Charleston, South Carolina, the "Baby Bucs" had to overcome 
a 12-0 halftime score to down The Citadel Freshmen. A slow starting 
East Carolina offense was held to two first downs and 44 yards rushing 
in the first half. After intermission the "Baby Bucs" overtook the 
stubborn hosts to edge the Baby Bulldogs by a 21-19 count. 

East Carolina gathered its fourth win over the University of Rich- 
mond "Baby Spiders." Bryan McClure threw two touchdown passes, 
and Tommy Bullock raced 70 yards on a punt return to outscore 
the Richmond team 19-6. 

In the final game the freshmen team completed its undefeated 
season by romping over Chowan Junior College 69-0. Glenn Chambers 
scored three touchdowns and Butch Colson two. Tommy Bullock, 
Mike Bozman, Jim Gudger, John Anderson, and Danny 'Wilmer added 
one tally each. Gudger increased the lead by kicking nine extra points. 

In the final statistics, the "Baby Bucs" marched for 1811 yards in 
total offense. McClure was the team leader in total offense with 727 
yards, seven touchdown passes, and a 4.5 yards per carry average. 
The team scored 25 touchdowns for 160 points. 




Co-captains Jim Gudger, Roger Host, George Wheeler, and Coach Henry Vansant. 



134 



McCLURE LEADS FRESHMEN TO VICTORY 



SCOREBOARD 

ECC ...13 Frederick Military- .. 
ECC. . . .47 Newport News 

Apprentice 21 

ECC 21 The Citadel 19 

ECC... 19 Universit>' of 

Richmond 6 

E(^C . .69 Chowan Junior 

College 




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AS TEAM BREAKS RECORDS. 




From Rou: G. Chambers, B. Colson, J. Gudgcr, V. Bozman. A. Bateman. B, 
Tucker, S. Laney, C. Henslee, J. Flanagan, P. ScotI, B. McClure, M. McGuirk 
T. Bullock. Second Row: D. Wilmcr, G. Wheeler, J. Hanrclty, R. Bost, 
P. Bilodeau, P. Weathersbee, D. Tyson, J. Williams, R. Pcarcc, M, 
Kennedy, M. Boaz. Thnd Ron: K. Hinton, J Davis, G. Pickett, R. Mar- 



roncelli, S. Boylcs, S. Garrett, R. Anderson, T Lucido, ), Deal, R. Roberson. 
Fourih Row: J. Anderson, J. Louis, Mike Voglcr, D. Flanagan, L. Deal. B. 
Braak, T. Jordan, K. Orcm, C Orton, C. Daniel, T. Jones, B. Vaughn. 
Fijlh Row: B. Aycock, Manager, J. Little As Coach, Head Coach— H. Van- 
sant, C McRae, As. Coach, J. McPhaul, As Coach, 



135 




CROSS-COUNTRY 



The varsity Cross- Countiy team compiled a dual 
meet record of eight wins and two losses in its 
third year of intercollegiate competition. In cham- 
pionship competition, the Pirate harriers finished 
second in the North Carolina State Meet. 

During the 1966 season, the top five runners were 
Don Jayroe, Charles Hudson, Terr)- Taylor, Mike 
Smith, and John Osborne. Randy Martin and Dick 
Roth, two distance runners for the Bucs, will be 
back next season. Ken Voss, a former Marine, will 
be running for East Carolina in 1968 and will 
challenge Don Jayroe for the number one spot on 
the team. 



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136 



HARRIERS POST 8-2 RECORD. 



CROSS-COl\TRY 
SCORES 



Low Score Wins 

ECC 19 St. Andrews College 43 

ECC 17 Universit)- of Richmond ... .42 

ECC 24 North Carolina State 32 

ECC 43 University of North Carolina 19 

ECC 16 Universit)' of Virginia . , . .45 

ECC 23 Old Dominion College ... .33 

ECC 18 Virginia Militar) Institute . .26 

ECC 29 The Citadel 40 

ECC 20 Baptist College 39 

2nd Place North Carolina State Championship 
2nd Place Southern Conference Championship 











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SOCCER TEAM FINISHES 2-6. 



Playing for the first time with 
a regular coach, the East Carolina 
soccer team had a record of two 
wins and six losses. The first victory 
over Wesleyan College was fol- 
lowed by losses to North Carolina 
State University, Pembroke State 
College, and Campbell College. At 
midseason the team defeated Wil- 
mington College and lost the re- 
maining three games to Pembroke 
State College, Saint Andrews Col- 
lege, and the University of North 
Carolina. 

Leading scorers for the Pirates 
were Harry Harris, Co-Captain Ger- 
ald Horner, and Jeff McMillan. 
Outstanding defensive men were 
Ken Barbour, Co-Captain Charles 
Pressley, and Larry Price. 




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Getting the ball off right is an important part of the game. 




Front: B Jordan, J. Homer, C. Presley, D. Wilkins, B. Graham Bad: 
G. Harvey, J. McMillan, B. Honaker, K. Lueck, D. Bartlett, Coach H. Harris, 
J. Law, E. Thorne, N, Morphis. 



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SCOREBOARD 



. 7 North Carolina Wesleyan 

. 1 North Carohna State . . . 

. 1 Pembroke State College 

. 1 Campbell College 

. 5 Wilmington College . . . 

.0 Pembroke State College 

. 3 Saint Andrews College . 

. University of North Carolina 



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139 



CHEERLEADERS OBTAIN CANNON, GREAT DANE TO 




Head Cheerleader, Ed Walton. From Ron: S. Ciampa, J. Camp, D, Simmons, ]. Gruhbs, D, Pierce. C Krautier. E. Hale. Second 
Row: B. Bullock. S. Robertson, P. Dalton, M. Timberlake, C. Catchpole, P. Simmons. 



Chuck Krjutler undergoes an anxious moment during the George Vv'ash- 
ington contest. 




Fifteen spunky cheerleaders and a Pirate mascot formed 
the nucleus of East Carolina's school spirit. Chosen in the spring 
by a committee of Student Government Association members, 
coaches, and team members, the cheerleaders worked through- 
out football and basketball seasons to boost E.C.C.'s school 
spirit and support the mighty Pirates. 

The cheerleaders worked closely this year with the Student 
Government Association and the Spirit Committee. Under the 
leadership of Head Cheerleader, Ed Walton, the squad de- 
vised new cheers and clever antics. 

Actual cheering at the games was only half the cheerleaders' 
work. Pep rallies, posters, spirit banners, goal post decorations, 
and hours of practice were a regular part of the cheerleaders' 
activities. The squad was proud of its "Rebel Yell" cannon, 
"E.C.U." Great Dane, purple and gold post, "Burn the Spider" 
pep rally, and game antics that did much to promote East 
Carolina's school spirit. 



PROMOTE SPIRIT. 




Reicning Miss Cheerleader USA. Sherry' Rchcrtson 




East Cirolina Mascot. Gary Dean, shows enthusiasm at a fotjlball game. 








I-RF..SHMAN CHr.FRI.FADERS 
Left lo Rig/il: D Shuhan. I. Uokaii, G West. B. \X hire. D WiUiams. D Holland, M Johnson J Smith 



QUINN ASSUMES HELM AS CAGE COACH. 




Front Row; Coach Quinn, V. Colbert, D. Pasquariello, F. Campbell, G. 
Smith, J. Cox, B. Duckett, Assistant Coach Radovich. Second Rou: Coach 
Stuart, S. Tilly, C. Lame, K. Sabo, T. Everett, L. Parker, J. Danowski. 



Third Row: B. Lindfelt, B. McMakin, R. Kier, B. Francis, M. Simpson, 
Trainer, T. Willis, C. Holcomb, 




With three starters missing from the 
previous year, new head coach Tom 
Quinn faced the task of rebuilding the 
1966-67 basketball team. Returnees to 
the squad included guards Jimmy Cox, 
Bill Francis, Charles LaRue, and Fred 
Campbell. Gerald Smith and Danny 
Pasquariello returned to the front court, 
Vince Colbert, a transfer student from 
Eastern Utah College, alternated between 
the forward and center spots. Sophomores 
who saw a lot of action — Bob Lindfelt, 
Ken Sabo, and Richard Kier — could give 
the Pirates a solid foundation next year 

Southern Conference opponents this 
year were West Virginia University, Fur 
man University, The Citadel, The Col 
lege of William and Mary, Virginia 
Military Institute, University of Rich 
mond, and George Washington Univer^ 
sity. Non-conference opponents included 
powerful Dayton, the University of 
Connecticut, and Old Dominion College. 



Co-Captain Fred Campbell, Coach Quinn, Co-Captain Gerald Smith. 



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BUGS DOWN KEYDETS 79-72. 



Playing at home for the second time 
during the season, the East Carolina 
cagers overcame the Keydets from Vir- 
ginia Military Institute 72-79 for the 
first Pirate Victory of the season. Danny 
Pasquariello topped all scorers with 
30 points. Vince Colbert hit in double 
digits for the eighth straight game with 
25 points. Pasquariello also grabbed 13 
rebounds as the Bucs enjoyed a 42-24 
edge in the rebounding department. 

Both teams fought hard with the score 
tied 22 different times. The Keydets 
led 44-41 at the half and held a four 
point edge late in the first period. East 
Carolina went ahead with approximately 
ten minutes remaining in the second 
period and never relinquished the lead. 

This victory gave the Bucs a 1-3 
Southern Conference record and an 
overall total of 1-8. The win moved 
Virginia Military into the cellar of 
the conference with a record of 1-5 
and an overall record of 2-7. 




Vince Colbert (30) fires a jump shot while VMIs Denny Clark (25) tries in vain to block 




Bob Dc Vos (31) notices too late that his man is in the clear for a good shot. 



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SPIDERS SUCCUMB 
TO BUCS 9780. 



Playing their second home game in four days, the 
East Carolina Pirates built up a 36-27 halftime lead and 
went on to roll over the University of Richmond 97-80. 
Danny Pasquariello led all scorers with his second 30 
point game of the season. Vince Colbert also continued his 
scoring pace racking up 21 points. Colbert pulled down 
13 rebounds, top for both teams. Richmond's Johnny 
Moates scored 23 in the final half and 26 overall to take 
top honors for the Spiders. 

Richmond led early in the first half by as much as four 
points. With 15:08 still left on the clock, forward Terry 
Burgess tallyed on a center jump shot to put the Spiders 
ahead 10-6. East Carolina's Danny Pasquariello tied the 
game 16-16 with approximately 11:30 remaining in the 
first period to push the Pirates ahead for good. 

Pasquariello tossed in a center jump shot to make the 
score 70-50 to mark the biggest East Carolina margin of 
the night. The Spiders pulled to within eight points at 
72-64 on a shooting spree by Moates before Colbert 
and Pasquariello found the range again to increase the lead 
to 17 points before the final buzzer. 



Jimmy Cox prepares to put the ball in play. 




Charles LaRue makes an easy two points. 



Guard Fred Campbell attempts to >;et aruund Ric.hmonJ defender. 




Danny Pasquariello hits one on a free-throw shot. 



BLCS CLIP OLD DOMINION. 



With Ger.ild Smith scoring 
34 points, the East Carolina 
Pirates battled to j 90-88 win 
over the Monarchs of Old Do- 
minion College. Smith was also 
the leading rebounder pulling 
13 off the boards. Not to be 
outdone, Vince Colbert got 1 1 
rebounds and 17 points. The 
center spot was also burning 
the cords as Danny Pasquariello 
scored 27 points. Jimmy Cox 
balanced the Pirate scoring at- 
tack with 11 points. The game 
was tied 22 times before the 
final buzzer sounded. Down by 
six points at the half, the Pirates 
came on strong the lost half to 
capture the fourth straight win. 
The Pirates were behind the 
entire first half and did not 
lead until Colbert hit on a driv- 
ing lay-up with 18:11 remain- 
ing to make the score 55-54. 
Falling behind by five pomts. 
the Buccaneers tied the score 
at 62-62 with approximately 
15:00 to go in the game. Bob? 
Pritchett connected on a center 
jump shot with 12:32 to go in 
the game to put the Pirates 
down by five points once again 
at 68-63. Smith tied the game 
for the last time 71-71 on a 
lay-up. Pasquariello moved the 
Bucs ahead permanently with 
7:40 left at 73-71. 




Jimmy Cox fires from the right 



corner. 



[onarch' defense 
•epares for 
,e Buc attack. 




BUCS SLAY BULLDOG FIVE 80-72. 



Falling behind only three times in the game, the East Carolina 
Pirates rolled over the Bulldogs from The Citadel 80-72 in a 
Southern Conference contest. Vince Colbert led the Bucs with 20 
points, followed by Gerald Smith who tossed in 16. Bulldog 
leader Pat Conroy took game honors with 25 points. The Pirates 
grabbed a seven point lead early in the opening period, but Con- 
roy tied the game up within three minutes with his outside shoot- 
ing. The Citadel jumped to a two point lead on a hook shot by 
Dan Mohr. Smith tied the game up on a driving layup, and Danny 
Pasquariello put East Carolina back in the driver's seat. Spreading 
their margin to 17 points on a Colbert layup with four minutes 
to play, the Pirates controlled the remainder of the game. The 
Bulldogs put forth a final effort and came within eight points be- 
fore the game ended with East Carolina winning 80-72. 




Pat Conroy (22) C, Hooper (15) and Bob Lindfelt perform their work 
under the boards. 




Vince Colbert goes for a shot over the head of Al Kroboth (31). 



PIRATES OJ ERCOME GEORGE WASHINGTON 79-73. 



East Carolina (ought olt a strong last minute- cfl'ort by the George 
Washington Colonials to win the fifth game of the season and the 
fourth conference game in a row. The contest pro\cd to be extremely 
close being tied seven times in the first half with a 39-39 halftime 
score and a final of 79-^3. 

George Washington's Joe Lalii hit for 23 points, and Pirate Gerald 
Smith finished second in the scoring colunin with 22. Foul shooting 
provided the winning margin with the Pirates connecting on 2^ of 32 
shots from the line. The Colonials hit on 19 of 26. 

Grabbing a 2-0 lead immediately after the opening tap, George 
Washington built up as much as a nine point spread before the first 
five minutes had elapsed. The Bucs went ahead for the first time with 
10:28 remaining in the half on a corner jump shot by forward Vince 
Colbert. The lead switched several times in the half before ending 
in a 39-39 tie. 

Early in the second period East Carolina's Danny P.xsquarieIio received 
a two-shot foul to send the Buccaneers ahead 41-39. The Colonials 
remained down for the rest of the game with the Pirates leading by 
as much as 14 points three times in the second half. Under the hot 
shooting of Colonial guards Dick Ellis and Joe Lalli. George Washing- 
ton cut down the Pirate lead to four points with approximately 1:30 
remaining in the game. Clutch foul shooting by Charles LaRue gave 
the Bucs four points in 30 seconds to provide the final Pirate niomen- 
tum. 





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EAST CAROLINA EDGES BY PANTHERS 71-70. 




Chris Lindsay (13) tries to stop Fred Campbell (22) from having an effective offense. 



Jimmy Cox shoots over the head of High Point defender 
Chris Lindsay (13) 




Playing on the Pirates' home court, the Panthers of 
High Point College lost a 71-70 basketball thriller in the 
last seven seconds of the game on a winning lay-up by 
forward Gerald Smith. The contest was the first between 
the two schools since East Carolina's head coach Tom 
Quinn left the High Point coaching position last year. 

With the lead constantly changing hands in the first 
seven minutes. High Point went ahead with 12:54 remain- 
ing in the first half at 13-12 on a lay-up by center Jim 
Picka. The Panthers built up as much as a seven point 
lead before East Carolina caught up and edged in front 
26-25 with approximately six minutes to play in the half. 
Guard Jimmy Cox put the Bucs ahead for the remainder 
of the half on a jump shot with 2:29 left. East Carolina 
had established a four point lead when the buzzer sounded. 

High Point forged into the lead for the first time in 
the last period at 55-54 on a shot by Jim Colbert. With 
5:37 the Panthers put pressure on the Buc offense going 
in front 64-63. At one point in the last few minutes High 
Point led 66-63 for their biggest margin in the half. With 
the clock showing 23 seconds and a 70-69 score in favor 
of High Point, Cox stole the ball from Panther guard 
Chris Lindsay and called a time out. Smith tallyed on a 
lay up to give East Carolina a 71-70 lead and the game. 



niLLIAM AND MARY SURGES PAST EAST CAROLINA. 




The College of \Villi.ini and Mary ended an East 
Carolina home court win skein at five by racing to 
an 84-72 win in the second meeting of the year be- 
tween the two schools. East Carolina led briefly early 
in the game by scores of 4-3 and 6-5 before falling 
behind permanently. Ben Pomeroy put the Indians 
ahead ~'-6 on a jump shot with 16:4.3 left in the first 
halt. William and Mary built up as much as a ten 
point margin in the first period going ahead 24-14. 
Behind the shooting of Jimmy Cox and Vince Col- 
bert, the Bucs battled back before intermission to make 
the halftime score 38-34. 

In the second half East Carolina never cime closer 
than six points to the Redskins. Pomeroy started the 
tinal period with a left corner jump shot making 
it 40-34. Run Panneton gave Williani and Mary 
its biggest lead of the night on a fast break putting 
the Indians ahead 7^-52. The Buccaneers put on a 
last minute surge and pulled to within eight points 
of tieing the game. Four final free throws gave Wil- 
liam and Mar)- the final winning margin at 84-72. 




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MILLER, MODLIN PACE BABY BUCS. 




From Row: Coich Tony RadovichB. Stokes, T. Miller, J, Modim, W. Hardee. B. Kelly, and T. Roberls manager. 
Back Row: K. Capps, E. Brafford, J. Cavanaugh, B. Pier, J. Powell, and T, Bennet 




Led by guard Tom Miller and center Jim 
Modlin, the Bahy Bucs represented Eas: 
Carolina against such foes as The College 
of William and Mary Freshmen, the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina Freshmen, and the 
University of Richmond Freshmen. High- 
light of the season at the time of the BUC- 
CANEER printing was the 22 point victory 
margin over Chowan Junior College. In a 
43 point scoring spree by Tom Miller, the 
Baby Bucs routed Chowan 86-64. 

Under the spirited leadership of Coach 
Radovich, the starting five were Tom Mil- 
ler, Jim Modlin, Jerry Cavanaugh, Ed Bra- 
ford, and Bill Stokes. The Baby Bucs 
showed marked improvement during the 
year. The basic defense was a half court 
man-to-man press balanced with a 1-3-1 
offense. Rebounding proved to be a major 
strength with Modlin and Stokes doing 
most of the work off the boards. 



Captain Tom Miller, Co.ich Tony Radovich, Captain Jim Modlin. 



RADOVICH PILOTS FRESHMEN SQUAD. 




Tom Miller drives for a bucket against the 
Indians. 



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Coach Radiivich explains his strategy during a timeo 





SWIMMING 



Reigning as the Southern Conference 
champions for the second straight year, 
the East CaroHna swimming team in- 
cluded the University of North Carolina, 
North Carohna State University, Florida 
State University, University of Florida, 
and the University of South Carolina. 
Coached by Dr. Ray Martinez and as- 
sistant coach Chuck Norwood, East 
Carolina made a very respectable show- 
ing in the National Championships held 
in Commerceo, California. 

Spearheading the squad were seniors 
Mike Hamilton and Layne Jorgenson 
and juniors Owen Paris, Mike Tomber- 
lin, Les Gerber, and Dick Tolvin. First 
year varsity men included Bill Lafferty, 
Jim Manchester, Bob Moynihan, Eric 
Orrell, and John Sutton. 



From Row: B. Lafferty, L. Gerber, D. Tobin, B. Moynihan. 

Mii/ille Row: P. Donahue, J. Manchester, E. Orrell, M. Hamilton, O. Pans, M. Tomberlin, C. 

Norwood. 
Bad Row: G. DeVedo, D. Murphy, D. Snyder, B. Littleton, L. Jorgensgn, R. Connoway, J. Sultan, 

E. Mill, Coach Dr. Ray Martinez. 




Dave Phillips and Mike Hamilton prepare for the meet to begin. 



Coach Ray Martinez pauses for a moment's thought. 





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\\m Mantht-sler emerges from the pool after a fine fmish. 



Ed Mills leaves with a show of enthusiasm 




Sonny Culbrelh. Lci Gcrber, Dick Tobin. Bob Baird, and Paul D.mahne wait f.it ilu- slatl .,f ihc meet with South ramlina 



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SENIORS HAMILTON, JORGENSON SPEARHEAD TANKMEN. 




East Carolina swimmer takes off in a meet with Virginia Tech. 




■ Owm F.iris wjits f.ir his event to begin 



Leading swimmers John Sultan, Mike Hamilton, Eric Orrell, and Lajme 
Jorgenson pose before the VPI meet starts. 



METZGAR PACES BIC WRESTLERS. 




W'itli one loss behind it, East Caro- 
lina's wrestling; te.im had eight matches 
reniainin.; on the schedule when the 
Biicc.iiUir went tn press. Relying heav- 
ily on Howard Metzgar, Coach Gantt 
looked forward to another winning 
Season such as last years 6-3 overall 
record. Included on the 1967 schedule 
were die College of William and Mary, 
Duke University, Old Dominion Col- 
lege, Davidson College, and The Citadel. 



VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM; KntJmt,: M. Dmecn. H Campbell, B. Smith, .ind J. Johnson. 
Suiidinx: D. Warren, H. Metzgar, and H. Harris 




applci holds the lop posil 



ct with Old Domininn C"lle;4C 



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Huward Metz^ar (top) and Harry Harris improve through practic 




Referee closely ohscnes the action for any foul moves. 




FRESHMEN SQUAD: K,u;!,„;:: B. Ha.upion. J, Sellers, T. Ellenburgcr, T. EllenbiirKcr. D Stowe, G. Lackkn Sl,»J,„x: P. Smith. S, Sjn.ly, R Pcarce. S. 
Basiien, R. Rich, S. Bernhart. S. McDowell. R, Kitchens. 



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Academics 



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Frank Freudig and Russell Nolan re\iew one of their numerous 



To prepare selected male students for an interesting, 
challenging career as an officer in the United States Air 
Force is the main goal of the Department of Aerospace 
Studies. The traditional four year Air Force ROTC program 
is being phased out; and with its departure, lengthy periods 
of drill and military ceremonies on the campus are dis- 
appearing. The new two year Air Force ROTC program now 
being offered stresses academic proficiency and practical lead- 
ership training. In addition to academics, the 140 man 
Cadet Corps is very active on the campus and in the local area. 
Major projects of the year have been Air Force ROTC Week, 
the Campus Blood Drive and the Annual Pitt County March 
of Dimes Marchathon. Nineteen senior cadets were enrolled in 
the Flight, Instruction Program this year. Upon completion of 
the campus ground school and flying instruction, the students 
are eligible to receive the Federal Aviation Agency Private 
Pilot's License. Upon graduation the flying cadets enter 
the Air Force flying training. 



reports. 



DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES 

FOR AN AIR FORCE 



TSgt. Carlos Bryant 
TSgt. John L. Hamilton 
Maj. Leon V. Kluttz 




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Maj. Kevin T. Ryan Jr. 
Maj. Carl E. Tadlock Jr. 
TSgt. Grover M. Thomas 
Lt. Col. Douglas F. Carty 



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Numerous hours of classroom study are required to become an Air Force office 



PREPARES JUNIORS AND SENIORS 
CAREER. 





Cadet officers lake a few momtnls M tclcbr.ilt- Clii 



Future Air Forte officer demonstrate", his communication ability. 



Dr. Wellington B 

Gray, Dean 
Mr, Wesley J. 

Crawley 
Mr. Charles H. 

Duggan 
Mr. Donald L. 

Durland 
Mr. Robert S. 

Edmiston 



Mrs. Sara Edmiston 
Dr. Emily Farnham 
Mrs. Marilyn Gordley 
Mrs. Nanene Jacobson 
Mr. Ralph E. Jacobs 



Mr. Norman Keller 
Mr. Paul R. Minnis 
Dr. John F. Moffitt 
Mr. Francis L. Neel 
Mrs. Elizabeth Ross 




ART STUDENTS 



Being a good artist takes many hours of practice. 



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Future .irnsts jrc gntn specific puinters by their instructor 




intaglio, Ethel Ginin exhibits her artistic ability. 



Close cooperation and inciividual association between students and 
tacult)' were at a peak this year in the School of Art. As a result of this 
particular discipline, the excellence and production of the art students 
increased greatly; and these students considered the art school as their 
home. 

Development and expansion of the Department were shown in many 
ways. Two courses in photography became part of the commercial art 
program, and new painting studios were installed in Old Austin. The 
graphic arts area grew to trsvice its previous size, and new sen'ice areas 
for ceramics and sculpture were built in the basement of the cafeteria 
complex. The first issue of Foi/nn 1. a student-produced school bro- 
chure, appeared this year. It contained selected reproduced works of 
the students. 



PUBLISH FIRST ISSUE OF FORUM 1. 



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DR JOHN M HOWELL 
Composed of seventeen departments, the School of Arts and Sciences is the only school on campus divided into 
departments. Providing the general liberal arts education for all liberal arts majors, this school functions as 
a central unit between the administration and the individual departments. The school is the largest unit in the 
college in terms of programs, staff, and students. The progressive School of Arts and Sciences is constantly striv- 
ing to better its academic standards. 



DEAN OF SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Miss Boyce k-ciiiris lo her class in Library Science. 



SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CONTAINS 
SEJ^ENTEEN DEPARTMENTS. 

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logy professuts jJJ u, llieir knowledge through research 1^5 



DRAMA AND SPEECH DEPARTMENT OFFERS NEW 
PROGRAM IN THEATER MANAGEMENT. 




Inmate of the French insane asylurr, Charenton, pauses by a bucket of blood in Murnl-Sade. 




Mr. Albert Pertalion 
Mr- G. Douglas Ray 
Mr. Edgar Loessin, Director 



Mrs. Rosalind Roulston 
Mr. John A. Sneden 
Dr. Helen V. Steer 
Mrs. Mary A. Stephenson 




IntroJiicini; this year new prot;rams in theatre man- 
agement, stage management, and ornamentation and decor 
aided in expanding the Drama and Speech Department 
into a more diversified field of study. Through the ad- 
dition of a workshop theatre and the regular five annual 
major productions students were able to pursue a more 
thorough and comprehensive study of drama. The depart- 
ment offered full complement of courses in public address 
and sponsored the East Carolina Debate team. During the 
summer, the department remained active by offering a lim- 
ited amount of related class work and acting as the pro- 
ducer lit a protessional summer theatre, embracing the four 
basic arts affiliated with theatre and speech-drama: dance, 
radio and tclcMsion broadcasting, and public speaking. 
The department offered students professional discipline 
w ithin the liberal arts concept. 



Fear ,crips Shannon, ihe defmcked priest of "The Nipht of the Ituana 




Actual detnonstralii 



ays an important part of every speech clas 



Under the aegis of a new director, Dr. Charles Wiley, the 
English department this year established a special Library 
committee with the primary purpose of evaluating the holdings 
of Joyner Library in various fields of English. The committee 
concentrated on building up the collections and maintaining 
them at a current level. The department sponsored the North 
Carolina Poetry Forum and the Reilly Institute for high school 
teachers. New graduate and undergraduate courses were added 
in 1967 to broaden the English discipline at East Carolina 
College. Administrative Divisions of the Department were the 
supervisor of the graduate studies, the chairman of Freshman 
English, the super%'isor of student teaching, and special com- 
mittees appointed by the departmental chairman. Records of 
English majors were filed this year in a new, streamlined, ef- 
ficient system. 




Striking a leisurely pose while teaching. Dr. Frank Adams lectures to his 
American literature students. 



WILEY BECOMES DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. 



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Mrs. Louise B. Adams 
Dr. Warren B. Bezanson 
Dr. Charles G. Wiley 
Director 



Dr. Richard J. Browne 
Mrs. Marie Browning 
Dr. Richard Capwell 
Dr. Hermine Caraway 



Mr. William G. Cherry 
Mrs. Faye Clay 
Mrs. Nell C. Everett 
Dr. W. H Grate 




Dr. Rachel Kilpatrick zips to her spring quarter eight o'clock class. 




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Miss Mary H. Greene 
Miss Janice Hardison 
Mrs. Antoinette Jenkins 



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Mrs. Jo Ann F. Jones 
Miss Marian D. Jones 
Mr. Frank W. Motley 
Miss Margaret A Pinton 



Dr. Meredith N. Posey 
Dr. Norman Roscnfeld 
Mr. EJwin P. Shaw 




Dr. Frederick Sorensen 

Mrs. Afary Sorensen 

Mrs Fdilh Wcbher 

Mrs, Harriette C, Wo.Klside 




Perhaps the fastest growing group on 
campus was the Foreign Language Depart- 
ment. In addition to the four new faculty' 
members, exchange students were engaged 
from France, Spain, and Latin America for 
the purpose of broadening the horizons of 
students by bringing them in contact with 
the ideas and the cultures of other countries. 
Language workshops for in-service French 
teachers were conducted periodically. Next 
year for the first time, two years of a foreign 
language will be a requirement for admission 
to the college. 



M- Marion adds persunal interest tn his class with anecdotes of his experie 
in France. 




I-orcign language students use the language laboratory at least an hour a week. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES TO BE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION. 



Mr. James L. Fleming, 

Dnector 
Dr. Jose Barco 
Mrs. Esler Muro Fernandez 
Dr. Joseph A. Fernandez 



Miss Manolita Fernandez 
Mrs. Helga E. Hill 
Mrs. Maria H. Koonce 
Mi. Andre Marion 



Miss Molly M. Morgan 
Dr. Robert Morrison 
Dr. Alfred Murad 
Mrs. Marguerite A. Perry 



Dr. Norma Lee Richardson 
Mr. George E. Riclcman 
Dr. Albert Scholz 
Mr. Randall Sipes 



Miss Raquel Tann 
Dr. Henry Wanderman 
Mrs. Relly Wanderman 
Mrs, Helen G. Zarovich 











Dr. Robert E. Cramer, 

Director 
Dr. Charles Q. Brown 
Dr. Ennis Chestani; 
Mr. Clyde J. Dunigan 
Mr. Mack H. Gillenwater 




Mr. Ronald A. Larson 
Dr. Jean E. Lowry 
Dr. George C. Martin 
Mrs. Janet Petterson 
Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell 





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GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT 




Recent acquisition of an equipment grant 
in Aerial Photo Interpretation was one of 
the many signs of growth in the combined 
department of Geography and Geology. Ge- 
ology met the general education science re- 
quirements, and students were able to ob- 
tain a minor in this area. 

As part of the North Carolina Geographic 
Society, this department participated in the 
quarterly publishing of the North Carolina 
Geographer. Throughout the year, seminars 
for geography teachers as well as bi-weekly 
seminars for geography majors were conduct- 
ed. During the past summer, a successful tour 
through Mexico gave students an opportunity 
for first-hand geographic study. 



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James Dunigan selects a film for his Geography 15 lecture. 




Carthographic students use an adding machine to cbtam scales 
for their maps. 



EXEMPLIFIES RAPID GROWTH. 




Rotk collecting never was so complex or confusing. 



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Mr. James B. Berryhill 
Mrs. Gay H. Blocker 
Mr- Robert L. Boone 
Mr. Harold C Bullard 
Dr. Nephi M. Jorgensen, 
Director 



Miss Frances Douglas 
Mr. Robert B. Ganit 
Dr. Edgar W. Hooks, Jr. 
Mr. Larry L. Kendrick 
Dr. Raymond Martinez 



Miss Mavis Mitchell 
Dr. Tom L. Paul 
Mr. Howard Porter 
■Mr. Anthony J. Radovich 



STUDENTS ANTICIPATE NEW 





All frtshmcn .irc required to take a basic course in Health. 




Advanced swimmers take some pointers from their 



Continuing an expanded program of study 
which began in 1964. the Health and Physical 
Education Department offered a comprehensive 
major in physical education. This new program 
helped prepare majors to become better coaches 
and teachers. The Department sponsored clinics 
and workshops in various sports, and it pre- 
sented on the Greenville Television station a 
program to acquaint the public with the func- 
tions of the Department. 

Beginning in the fall of 1967, the men will 
be taught in the new Men's Gymnasium, and 
the women will remain in the present gymna- 
sium. The Department offers the individual a 
complete involvement physically, mentally, and 
socially. 



GYMNASIUM. 





Mrs. Blocker ohserxes couple practicing the Jitterbuj;. 



Mr. Ernest Willum 

Schwarz 

Mr. N. Earl Smith 

Miss Nell Stallings 


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Mr Clarence Slas.ivich 
Dr Ralph H Steele 
Mr Henr)' C Vansant 





Mr Odell Welb.irn 
Dr. Joseph E. Welch 
Mr. Geor.qc Everett 
Williams 



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swimming instructor. 




In conjunction with Phi Alpha Theta, an international hon- 
orary history society, the Department of History established 
the Lambda Eta chapter at East Carolina College to promote 
for superior students interest and academic achievement in 
history. The Department of History sponsored the East Caro- 
lina Manuscript Collection in an effort to understand America's 
past through the preser\-ation of family and personal rec- 
ords and through the collection of historic manuscripts. As 
a result of the increase in staff members, expanded work on 
the history of the Far East was undertaken. The Department 
of History made research its key interest in the belief that 
scholarly research leads to an active, alert, and interested 
teaching staff. 



Dr. Philip Adler 
Mr. John C. Atkeson 
Mr. Joseph S. Bachman 
Dr. Herbert R. Paschal, 
Director 



Mr. Wyatt L. Brown 
Mr. Walter T. Calhou 
Dr. H. A. Coleman 
Dr. Howard Clay 



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Dr. Betty C. Congleton 
Dr. John C. Ellen 
Dr. Alvin A. Fahrner 
Dr. Henry C. Ferrell 
Mr. Bertram H. Groene 



Mr, Thomas C. Herndon 
Dr. Paul Murray 
Dr. George Pasti 
Dr. Charles Price 
Dr. Fred Ragan 



Dr. Claude C. Sturgill 
Dr. Richard C Todd 
Mr. James H. Wease 
Miss George-Ann Willard 
Dr. Wilkins B. Winn 



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Students nf American Histor)' take necessary lecture notes. 



HISTORY DEPARTMENT MAKES RESEARCH A MAIN GOAL. 




Dr, Paschall enlii^htens students on local historical events. 




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Student capitalizes on the solitude of the reading room. 



Co-operating wjth .ill Departnic-nts, the service division 
of the Iibrar)' this year became separate from the depart- 
ment of library science. The Hbrary boasts twenty-two 
professional librarians and eleven clerical assistants. 

Twenty-seven graduate hours are now offered in the 
library science major, and all of the courses have been 
revised to include both book and non-book materials. 
These courses are supplemented by a new collection of 
filmstrips, recordings, and transparencies. Last summer 
the department offered an NDEA Institute and Ad- 
vanced Study for School Librarians. Another institute of 
the same nature was recently founded in connection 
with the United States Office of Education. In addition 
to the majors, many students take courses to meet cer- 
tification for school librarians. 




Cataloging methttj pro\ides studcnrs t-.^sy access to re- 
search materials 



SCIENCE SEPARATES FROM SERJ ICE DIVISION OF LIBRARY. 



\U Wendell W. Smile 
Ht^ Librarun 

Mrs Betsy B Allen 

Mrs Sara Batten 

Mrs Jo Ann Bell 

Mrs. Anne Shelton 
Bnley 



Mrs. Anne Cargile 
Mrs. Marguerite Crenshaw 
Mr. H. Fitzhugh Dade 
Mrs. Shirley T Jones 
Mr. Peter Ku 



Mrs. Sally Mann 
Miss Leah L. McGloho 
Mrs Phoebe Owens 
Dr. E. Louise Payne 
Dr. Mildred Southwick 



Miss Elizabeth Walker 
.Mrs. Lily Carr Weaver 
Miss Marguerite Wiggins 
Miss Vernie Bert Wilder 
Mr. Lee G. Williams 





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GRANTS SUPPORT IN-SERVICE INSTITUTES 



Dr. Donald F. Bailey 
Mrs. Bardee Bond 
Mr. Oscar W. Brannan 
Mr. Andre R. Brousseau 



Mr. Roger L. Creech 
Mr. John Daniels 
Mrs. Stella Daugherty 
Dr. Kenneth J. Davis 



Mrs. Mildred H. Derrick 
Mrs. Frances F. Dudley 
Mrs. Nanc>' C. Dunigan 
Mrs. Ellen C. Fleming 



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Dr. Tullio J. Pignani. 

Director 
Mrs. Tennala A. Gross 
Mr. Paul W. Haggard 
Dr. Katherine W. Hodgii 





Mathematics students attempt to solve an algebra problem. 



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FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS. 




Fifty high school mathematics teachers benefited 
from a grant received by the Mathematics Depart- 
ment from the National Science Foundation. Mem- 
bers of the facult)' shared their talents and time out- 
side the classrcionis by participating in seminars. 
deh\ering talks to Parent Teachers' Association 
groups, and taking part in the Visiting Lecturer Pro- 
gr.un sponsored by the Mathematical Association of 
America. 

Fnlarged course offerings enabled students to take 
every quarter, instead of ever)' other quarter or 
once a year, almost all of the required courses for 
the B.S. and A.B. degrees. 



After working dilijitntlv, this student .irriM-s at . 



Mrs. Nannie L. Manning 
Mrs. Virginia G. McGrath 
Mrs, Evelyn B. Miiye 
Dr Sallie E Pence 
Mrs. Brownie H, Stancil 



Mr. Frank W. Saunders 
Dr. Katye O. Sowell 
Mr. Frank C. Townsend 
Miss Louise Williams 
Mr. Robert Woodside 




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Proud of the academic record of its department 
at East Carolma, the Philosophy Department 
strives to develop within its students a profound 
sense of the problems of individuality, society, and 
civilization. This year, in an effort to broaden this 
development, the department incorporated into its 
regular program a Staff Colloquism Meeting. Twice 
a quarter, faculty personnel expounded on ".elected 
philosophical topics in an effort to share their views 
with faculty members, philosophy majors, and other 
interested individuals. 




^ *~ i :M Dr. John Kozy, Jr., 
Director 
Dr. C. J. Bradner 



Mr. Houston Craighead, Jr. 
Mr. D. D. Gross 



Miss Margaret Jones 
Mr. Ernest C. Marshall 



PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT CONDUCTS 
SEMI-QUARTERLY SEMINARS. 




Dr. Bradner and Rev. Bronson Matney enter into 



vely discus 



the Men's Residence G-uncil Meeting. 




Dr. J(ihn East lectures on rwu notable reappiTtionment < 




In order to implement its new program leading to the 
Master of Arts Degree in Political Science, additional 
courses were incorporated at the senior level, the senior- 
graduate level, and the graduate level of instruction. In 
its effort to reacquaint North Carolina social studies 
teachers with governmental problems, the Department of 
Political Science sponsored the Institute on Constitutional 
Democracy and Totalitarianism and a program on Asian 
Studies. Members of the department lectured in various 
high sch<X)ls throughout the state. The department aimed 
to develop a reputation as a department in which stand- 
ards of instruction and research were high yet reasonable, 
in which teaching methods were varied but democratic, 
and in which students and teachers found a challenge 
to de\'elop their full potential as intelligent citizens. 



suits advisors tn the Model L'nited Nations. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ADDS 
TWENTY NEW COURSES. 



Jr , Dma„r 
iMr. Herbert R Carlton 
Dr. Faye Carroll 
Dr. James C. Dixon 



Dr. John M. Howell 
Dr. Jung-Gun Kim 
Mr, Brian F Radcr 
Dr. Darrell C Wilsi 




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Dr. Clinton R. Prewett. 

Director 
Mr. Graham J. Burkheimer, 

Jr. 
Mr. Calvert Dixon 
Dr. William Grossnickle 
Dr. Ramon M. Hedges 



Dr. Thomas Long 
Dr. Julia Marshall 
Dr. C. T. Martoccia 
Miss Nannette McLain 
Dr. Charles C. Mitchell 



Mr. Franklin J. Sadlack 
Mrs. Hazel F. Stapleton 
Dr. Harr>' A. Williams 
Dr. Donald W. Zimmerman 



PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT ADDS NEW TEACHING AIDS. 



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In the Psychology Department an excellent group |BBB"'" 

of resident students indicated a wholesome and thor- ll||ll*'' 

ough identification with the professional stance of lllll'''' 

psychology. The department greatly expanded its ■■■■ll|l^^ 

student body in both the under-graduate and grad- ' " m^MWWMtt^ 

uate programs. Internships were in effect at various 
mental health institutions in the state, and the experi- 
mental facilities and the shop were used extensively 
by the graduate and undergraduate students. 

Several new teaching aids were added to the 
department in conjunction with a National Science 
Foundation equipment grant given for the school 
year 1966-67. Installation of Psi Chi, the national 
honorary fraternity in psychology, was planned. 




P-sycholoey majors 
'viih white rats. 



required to perform 



NATIONAL SOCIOLOGICAL HONORARY SOCIETY 
ESTABLISHES CHAPTER AT EAST CAROLINA. 



Mr. John Benjamin Bjrtun 
Dr. George A. Douglas 
Mrs. Gladys D. Howell 



Dr. Ralph R. Napp 

Dr. Paul A. Toll 

Dr. Blanche G. Watrous 










In the- spring of 1966 the Dejwrtmcnt of 
Sociology was successful in affiliating with 
Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Sociologi- 
cal Society. A new course. Social Welt are as 
a Social Institution, was added to the cur- 
riculum; and the Department hoped to 
draft a proposal for a Mister's Degree in 
Sociology. Each faculty member was en- 
couraged to give comprehensive examina- 
tions and to require term or research proj- 
ects. 



Dr Melvin J. Wi 
Dirc'ilor 





Dr Wtilums finds an eJger response to his (juestions. 




Dr, Walrous glo 
department. 



with pride at 



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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OFFERS 



E. R. Brownini^. Dejfl 

Dr. James Bearden 
Miss Dorothy Brandon 
Mr. Norman H. Cameron 
Dr. Albert R. Conley 



Miss Frances Daniels 
Mrs. Ouida Debter 
Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey 
Mrs. Thadys Dewar 
Dr. William H. Durham 



Miss Ruby Edens 
Dr. Alton Finch 
Mr. John Fletcher. II 
Dr. ^Iarjorie P. Guy 
Mr. Joseph H. Hanchrow 



Dr. Alice M. Harrison 
Mrs. Carol Hart 
Mr. William Hart 
Dr. Paul T. Hendershot. 

Assistaiil Dean 
Dr. Joseph A. Hill 



Mr. Samuel T. Hill 
Mr. Kenenth C. James 
Dr. Raymond L. Jones 
Mrs. Ruth Bell Jones 
Dr. Tora Larsen 



Mr. Gorman Ledbetter 
Mrs. Linda W. Little 
Miss Velma Lowe 
Mrs. Lucille K. Lundy 
Mr. Jesse McDaniels 




MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE. 










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Dr. H.irnld McGraih 
Mrs. Mildred McGralh 
Dr. Keith Mills 
Miss Gwendolyn Potter 
Dr Donald C. Rocke 



Dr. Joseph W. Romita 
Miss Mareer)' S. Sparks 
Dr. Jack N. Thornhill 
Mr. Jack W. Thornton 
Mr. William H. Watson 



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Enlarged seminar programs for business executives 
and expansion of courses in data processing and computer 
operations emphasized the constant progression of the 
School of Business. For the first time the School of 
Business offered a new Master of Business Administration 
Degree. To develop the total education of business ma- 
jors, the School of Business sponsored the Executive 
Development Seminar and the North Carolina Savings 
and Loan League Program. In this manner, new horizons 
and facets of the business world were presented to those 
students oriented in business. As a professional School 
of Business, it was easily distinguished from the other 
departments and schools on campus by its specialized 
subject matter and staff training. 




Mr. Robert H. West 
Dr. Chung.Jeh Yeh 
Dr. Louis H. Zincone 




Busincs students listen attentively as the instructor reviews past law 




Dr. Frank Arwood 
Dr. James W. Batten 
Dr. Ralph Brimley 



Mr. James W. Carruth 
Dr. Edward J. Carter 
Dr. Thomas Chambliss 



Dr. Amos Clark 

Dr Joseph W. Congleton 

Mrs. Billie L. Daniel 





NEW COURSES IN EDUCATION 



Installation of audiometric and audio- 
\isual centers increased the facilities of the 
School of Education, New courses were 
added to fulfill certification requirements 
in the areas of Special Education, (mental 
retardation), speech and hearing, and audio- 
visual education. The school sponsored on 
campus seminars for secondary and elemen- 
tary school officials. 

Each faculty member within the School 
of Education strived to help the student to 
grow in knowledge and understanding of 
himself and others and to become a fit per- 
son in all aspects of life, especially in the 
training of young children. 



Using a tacking iron to position pictures for the drymount process proves 




Mrs Elsie Eaj;an 
Dr. Frank Fuller 
i\frs Nana- Keck Gii 
Dr- Keith Hc.lmes 



Dr Marujret H Infir. 
Dr, William B Marti 
Dr Ruth Mddlin 
Dr, Clifford Nixiin 



Dr Ruth Nixon 
Dr, Gilbert Gray Ragland 
Dr Mar>- Lois Staton 
Dean Douglas R, Jones, 
Dircci.ir 



MEET CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHERS. 




Under the strict eye nf their professors, these H.liK.itmn 
dry-mount process- 



fr>' their hand at the 




Explanation is necessary for these locJs 
work a film-strip projector 



To expand its offerings, the Home Economics 
Department looked forward to the construction 
on a new building and made plans to affiliate 
with Phi Upsilon Omicron, the National Fra- 
ternity in Home Economics. The department 
offered a combination of liberal and profes- 
sional education with studies specializing in Home 
Economics. Synthesizing knowledge derived not 
only from its own research but also from the 
humanities and the arts and sciences, the profes- 
sion of Home Economics applied this knowl- 
edge to problems of individuals, families, and 
the community at large. Home Economics func- 
tioned as an interdisciplinary and interrelated 
field in its contribution to the education of all 
students. 




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Proper arrangement of furniture improves interior design. 



HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT AWAITS 
COMPLETION OF NEW BUILDING. 




Home Economics students learn important facts about weighing food. 




Students find helpful information about design in clothing textbooks 



Dr. Miriam B. Moore, 
Director 

Miss Patricia Benson 
Dr. Josephine A. Foster 
Miss M. Frances Hatcher 



Miss Geneva A. Helms 

Dr. Patricia Hurley 

Miss Ruth Lambic 

Mrs. Willene England O'Neal 



Afrs. Esen Se\er Ozgener 
Dr .Vila H. Rosenfcld 
Miss Alice Strawn 
Miss E. Merle Wade 




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With a major in Industry, East Carolina College stu- 
dents can now earn a B.S. in Industrial and Technical 
Education. Seven new courses supporting this degree were 
added to give the students actual experience in some 
phase or phases of industry. 

This year the Industrial Arts Department hosted the 
Administrators' Conference at which public school super- 
intendents, principals, guidance counselors, and other 
school officials discuss problems pertinent to the in- 
struction of Industrial Arts. 

Instruction involving co-ordination of hand and mind 
and an understanding of industry constituted the goals 
of the department. Its aim was the preparation of the 
student for intelligent participation in an industrial en- 
vironment. 



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|^._ Mr. Wilbert R. Ball 

■ , Dr. Kennth L. Bing, 




In the foundf)'. Dr. Bing assists a student with metal work. 



Mr. F. L, Broadhurst 
Dr. Thomas Haigwood 
Dr. William R. Hoots 
Mr. John T. Kelly 



Mr. Clarence M. Kelsey 
Mr. Robert W. Leith 
Mr. Blondy E. Scott 
Mr. Paul E. Waldrop 




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Much emphasis is given to the use of cicclricit)- as industrial power m this basic electricity class. 

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNICAL 
EDUCATION SPONSORS ADMIN ISTLL4TORS CONFERENCE. 




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This student w.nds the 
on a cr>st3l radio. 



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Practicing for a musical presentation takes many hours of hard work. 



Learning to master the art of playing the piano demands practice. 



Future musician tries his hand at composing. 



Expansion and improvement were first on the agenda 
for the School of Music. The move into their beautiful 
new building highlighted this year. Through a two-year 
grant from the Health, Education, and Welfare Depart- 
ment for prospective teachers and for the expansion of 
staff and facilities, the School of Music enlarged its 
opportunities. The primary social and cultural event was 
their annual contemporary Music Festival. 

The School of Music offered a variety of services to 
students and faculty through radio, television, and numer- 
ous concerts. 




SCHOOL OF MUSIC MOVES 
INTO NEW BUILDING. 



Mr Paul A. Aliapoulios 
Dr Charles Bath 

H, Carpenter 




Mr Herbert Carter 
Dr. Robert Carter 
Miss Beatrice Chauncey 
Miss Elizabeth Drake 
Mr, Clyde S Hiss 




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Mr. Rubert Irnin 
Mr. Harold Jones 
Mr. Georite Knight 
Dr. Gregory' Kosteck 

bbie P Matthews 



Dr. Thomas W. Miller 
Dr Charles W. Moore 
Dr. Catherine A. Murphy 
Dr Ellis E Narmour 
Mr, lames Parnell 



Miss Sharon Pope 

Mr. James A Searl 

Mr David Serrins 

Mr Barry M. Shank 

Mr Charles Stevens 



Mrs. Eleanor Toll 
Mr. Paul Q. Topper 
Mr. Donald Tracy 
Mr. Brett T. Watson 
Mrs GLidvs R White 



Miss Barbara Adams 
Miss Lee M. Bennett 
Mrs. Audrey Biggers 
Mrs. Rutli Broashurst 
Miss Dayne Carlton 
Howell 



Miss Joyce Barbara 

Johnson 
Mrs. Inez Martinez 
Miss Edith G. Myers 
Miss Rhoda M. Nielsen 
Miss Barbara Lintz Oyler 




Mrs. Eva W. Warren, 

Dean 
Mrs. Joanne L. Suggs 
Mrs. Bonnie Waldrop 



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Happy i;athering attends the grcuind breaking cerem.mies for the Nursing Building. 




I\-L;^y Allen places the wall suLtmn apparalus in the recovery room. 



EXPANDS FACILITIES. 




Willi the Lunipletioii of the new School of 
Nursint; (his )ear, the dep^irtment of Nursini; .ind 
MejR.il Techiioloj;)' j;re,Uly expanded its train- 
ing facilities. Under a relatively new program of 
study, the school provided an opportunity for 
c|ualified cnrollees to become professional nurses 
with .1 hro.ul spectrum of experience in five 
fields: medical surgery, psychiatrics, obstetrics, 
pediatrics, and public health. 

After four years of extensive training, the stu- 
dent nurses applied their knowledge in college- 
affiliated hospitals. These institutions included 
Pitt County Hospital in Cirecnville, Beaufort Hos- 
pital In Washington, Bulner Hospital in Butncr, 
and Oteen in Ashevillc, 



This Bennett respirator makes breathing muth ea 



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Dr. Graham J. Davis, 

Director 
Mr. Francis P. Belcik 
Dr. Joseph G. Boyette 
Mr. Jack E. Brinn, Jr. 



Dr. Patricia Daugherty 
Dr. Donald Jeffreys 
Dr. Clifford Knight 
Dr. Talmage Lundy 



Dr. S. Laurie 

Miss Nancy Stiles Nickerso 
Dr. Edward P. Ryan 
Dr. Prem Parkash Sehgal 



Dr. Everett C. Simpson 
Dr. William James Smith 
Dr. Edgar F. Stillwell 
Dr. Christine Wilton 




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Four separate departments of Biology, Chemistr)', Physics, and Science 
Education have replaced the old Division of Natural Science. The Biology 
and Physics Departments gave the Chemistry and Science Education De- 
partments an opportunity to expand. 

The Chemistry Department currently worked toward obtaining an 
American Chemical Society accreditation for its B.S. professional degree, 
and the Biology Department added a B.S. Degree to its curriculum. Much 
new equipment was purchased this year. The general physics laboratory 
has new laboratoi^' equipment. A boat and motor and a departmental 
station wagon for biology field trips were purchased through National 
Science Foundation Funds. A forty acre reser\'e was released to the Biology 
Department for teaching and research. 

A student majoring in a science must pursue one of the most rigorous 
academic programs and at the same time develop the laboratory techniques 
necessary to prepare him for his future career. 



Science Departments serve community 
as host to the Science Fair. 



DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCE 
BRANCHES INTO DEPARTMENTS. 



Dr. Robert C. Lamb, 

Dircclor 
Dr. Donald Clemens 
Mr. J. O. Derrick 
Dr. Frank W, Eller 
Dr. Grover W. Everett 



Dr. Arthur R. Macon 
Dr. Robert A. Klein 
Dr. Jang Kuo 
Dr. Joseph N. LeConte 
Dr. Ivie Lee Smith 





Dr. Carol Dean 

Hampton 
Dr. Carolvn Hutchins 

Hampton 






Mr. James D. 

Nicholson 
Dr. Moses M. 

Sheppard 




Dr. Carl G. Adier 
Dr I William 
Byrd 



Dr. Byiun Coulter 
Dr R M. Helms 



Mr. Floyd Read 

Dr. Thomas C. Sayclta 



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ARMED SERVICE PERSONNEL BENEFIT 
FROM EXTENSION DIVISION. 



Miss Mary K. Duggan, English 
Mr, Samuel P. Hudson, Psychology 
Mr. Council T. Jdrman, Economics 
Mr. Herman Phelps, Assistant Director 




Completely different from any other department, the Extension Divi- 
sion of East Carolina College took the campus to the students. Regis- 
trations In a year's time were greater in number than those of the 
present campus student body. Credit course offering represented nine- 
teen of the college's twenty-four departments with expansion of non- 
credit offerings in business, art, and mathematics. Civilian personnel 
were not the only persons who benefited from the Extension Division. 
Members of the Amied Forces stationed at Camp Lejeune, Cherry 
Point, and Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base were offered two-year 
programs to further their education. As well as carrying academics to 
those students who could not attend classes on the campus, the division 
was awarded a grant to establish an Employment and Job Training 
Information Center. 




and Women benefit from night classes provided by the Extension Division. 



200 



Classes 





201 




ANCARROW, EDWARD G. Jr. 

Physical Education 
ASKE^X', WILLIAM E. 

Biology 
BAILEY, MICHAEL C. 

Clinical Psychology 
BARNETTE, JERRY L. 

Mathematics 



Richmond, Va. 

MaysviUe 

Washington 

Burlington 



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BELL, JOHN S. Jr. Newport 

Business 
BOSEMAN, FLOYD G, Greenville 

Business Administration 
BRODSKY, BARRY H. Charlotte 

English 

BURDEN, HUBERT W. Hertford 

Biology 



CHOI HTON, JONG Charlotte 

Political Science 
COUSINS, JANICE M. Titusville, Fla. 

Physical Education 
COWLEY, MARY B. Greenville 

History 

CURTIN, JOHN L. Portsmouth, Va. 

Industrial Arts 



DEWAR, JAMES B. Jr. Fuquay-Varina 

Biology 
ELLIS, WILLIAM A. Mocksville 

History 
FARABOW, JEANNE E. Fuquay-Varina 

Health and Physical Education 

FELL, RICHARD E. Elyis, Ohio 

Psychology 



GRADUATES 



FREEMAN, NANCY F. 

Biology 
GARRETT, MICHAEL R. 

Biology 



GASTER, ARCHIE D, 



Art 



GODFREY, MILTON E. 

Business 
GOSS, WILLIE S. 

Business Administratio 



GRIMSLEY, JIMMIE R. 

Education 
GUY, DAN M 

Business Administratio 
HALL, GEORGE L, Jr. 

Education 



Elon College 

Greenville 

Fuquay 



Wilson 

Fayetteville 

Leaksville 



Windsor 
Plymouth 




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HENNESSEY, JOHN F, 


Lake Charles, La, 


Geoi^raphv 




HL^NTLEV. LARRY D, 


Springfield, Pa. 


Music Education 




JACOBS, FRED A, 


Bolton 


Business Administrali 


on 


JENKINS, CHARLES R, 


Rockin.cham 


Education 




lO-i-NER. JUDITH A- 


Rocky Mount 


Business Education 




KAYLOR, AILLENE S. 


Arlington, Va, 


Psycholoo' 




KAYLOR, ROBERT W. 


W.lmin.mnn 


Political Science 




KILLIAN, PAUL W. Jr. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Psychology 





LANDRY, FERNAND A Jr. Charlestown, \V. Va. 

Psycho I o^ 
LAUB, CHARLIE G. Midway Park 

Psychology 
LETCHWORTH. JOHN W. Rocky Mount 

Business 

LINEBERRV. PAUL F. Jr. Wilmington 

Music Education 



DR. JOHN HOWELL ASSUMES POST OF ACADEMIC DEAN. 



MALLORY. JAMES D. Jr, 




Plymouth 


Business 






MANN, JAMES L. 




Sanford 


Mathematics 






MATSON, JOHN D 


Holly^^ 


■nod, Fla, 


Psychology 







MELTZER, MARK Rockaway, N.Y, 

History 
MERRITT. JAMES F, Wake Forts: 

Biology 

MEWBORN, EVANGELINE C, LaGrange 

Physical Education 



MULL. GARY R 




Morg; 


inton 


Business 








NEVILLE, DOROTHY A. 




Chapel 


Hill 


History 
NORWOOD, CHARLES L, 




Greer 


uille 


Physical Educr 


ition 








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PADGETT. DIANA G. 

Art 
PHARR, CARRIE D. 

Guida 

PHARR. CLARENCE C. 

Malhen 



Ashevilic 
Myrtle Beach. S.C. 
Charleston. W, Va. 



REEL, JOHN C. JR. 

Business Administration 
RESSEGUIE. GEORGE 

ROWE. CLAIBORNE C. JR. 

Business Administration 



SANSOM SHERIAN Greenvill 

Education 

SIMEON, JAMES R. Hii^h Poin 

Physical Education 



Greenville 
Sanford 
Ahoskie 



GRADUATES 



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SITTON. HOWARD T.. JR, 

Psychology 

SMITH, EMMETT G. 

STANDAHL. JERRY I. 

Mathematics 
STEINBERG. JAY R, 

Clinical Psychology 



Hendtrsonville 
Liberty 



STOCKDALE. DENNIS L. 

Biology 

STURZ, CARLE J. 

Psychology 
THOMPSON, DONALD H. 

Guidance 
TRIPP. LUCi' G 

Psychology 



TROGDON. ERNEST W. 

History 
VAUGHN, lAMES A. 

Business 
WALL, JERRY L. 



Business Adn 



WELLS, KELLY A, 



WESCOTT, COLON W. 

Business Ac 
WEST, RUTH C. 

Music 
WHISENHUNT. MARGARET 

Psychology 

WRIGHT. CAROL'i'N A. 

History 



Greenville 

Lemon Grove. Calif 

Launnburg 

Leaksville 



Asheboro 

Stokesdale 

Chilocco. Okia, 

Snow Hill 











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Class of 1967 




Ben Webb. President; Ejrle Ruflin, Secretair; Jane Stephenson, Treasur 



lill Dickens, Vice-Preside 




Culminating a four-year struggle for the majority, seniors hailed the new era for 
East Carolina College. For a few, however, graduation symholizcd the end of a care- 
free holiday. To each one, graduation was the beginning of a new way of life. 
Seniors recalled their underclassman days of college gaiety, campus dates, and 
comradeship. The past led them to realize that their years as undergraduates were 
ending, they had seen Hast Carolina College expand during their years of study 
here. Now they realized that they also, as the 1967 graduates, must move forward. 




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AAN, BARBARA J. 

Educitinn, B.S.: Student Nation, 

ABBEY. SIMEON A. 

Geof:;raphy. A.B.: Kappa Alpha 

ADAMS. GLORIA W. 

Aft and Desisn. B.S.: Society' 
Greenville 1%5. 

ADAMS. THOMAS N. 
Art. A.B.: Kappa Alpha, Inter-I 



Design. White Ba 



Charlotte 
ng Committee. 



Belmon 
1964. Mis 



One 



Cha: 



Greenv 
:il. Secretary' of Kappa Alpha. Fr 



Wilmington. De 



AIKEN. JULIA M, 
Education. B.S,: Gamma Bel 
National Education Associatio 

ALCOCK. LIONEL F. 

Ge,.igr,.phy, A.B. 

ALLEN. lONATHAN C, 

Business. B.S,. B.A,: Society 



ALLEN, NANCIE W, 

English and Library Science, B.S.,- 

ALLSBROOK, MICHAEL L, 

Geography, A.B.: Ait Force ROTC. 
ALPHIN, WANDA K. 

B.S,: Home Econt 



Rela 



Cha 



ALSTON, EiMMA C. 



ANDERSON. RALPH E. 

History. B.S. 



ANDERSON, WILLIAM B. 

Histor)'. B.S. 

ANDOLSON, D. KURT 

Psychology, A.B,: Men's Residence 
ANDREWS, ARTHUR 

Industrial Arts. B.S.: Industrial Art 

ANGELL. MYRON 
APPLE. lAMES K, 

History, B,S, 



Rocky Mount 



Kinston 
Club. International 



Alexandria, Va. 



Onley. Va. 
Alexandria, Va, 





^MiM 





(fR o P P 




M^i'MS^ 




on, Sttidcnt National Education Asst 



ARROWOOD, HAROLD A. 
Geography. A.B.: Pi Kappa Alpha 






nselor. Library Club. Slay Rel 
Symphonic Band. Orchestra. 



ASHLEY. GAYLA L, 

Library Science. B.S,: Student 

ATKINSON, lANE 

Education, B.S'.: Marching Pit 
Education Association. 
ATWELL, AL\RIAN L. 

Education, B.S. 

AVERSA. ALFONSO R. 
History. B.S,: Lacrosse Team. 



AVERY, JOHN A. 

English. B.S.: Sigma Tau Delta: East Carolinian. News Editor; 
Education Association. 

AVERY, NANCY P. 

Education. B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student National Education Ass 
AYCOCK. DONALD A. 

Biology, B.S, 

BAGWELL, TIMOTHY 

Art, A,B,: Legislatur.; Representative: C,U, President; President c 
ciation of College Unions; Eail CuTolmian. Greek Editor; Buccam 
Theti Chi; President of Inter-Fraternity council; WHO'S WHO 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



Pittsburg. Pa. 

Cary 

Lexington 



Fairmont 
igious Committee. 
Yorktown, Va. 
Strident National 

Chester, Md. 

New Bern 



Morganton 
Delation. 

Wilson 

Charlotte 
f National Asso- 
er, Greek Editor; 
IN AMERICAN 



206 





MtkM 



BAIN, ERICK BELL 

Business. B S 

BAKER. BETTi' LOU 

Educatjon, B.S.. Ph. Betj I..imbJj; Sludcnl N.ituin.il Education 
Development. Collefie Unj.in, President. Secretjn'. Student Counselor. 

BARBEE. CAROLYN L 



Rocky Mount 



BARBER. lOSEPH C JR. P. 

Polcticil Science. A.B ; Alpha Phi OmeKi, President; VC'ECC Radio, < 
Business MmaBer; Broadcasting Guild. Treasurer: Faculty Evalu: 
Chairman. Dean's Advisory Council: Circle K Cluh. WECC Tele 
Director. 

BARDEN, JAMES F. Ill 



louih, Va 
al Manager, 



Garysburg 



BARFIELD. ALTON LEROY 

Albemarle 

Business Administration, B.S. 



BARGtR, BRENDA CAROL Lewiston 

Business. B.S.. Pi Omega Pi. Secretary. Phi Beta Lambda. 
President. Secretar>. Baptist Student Union; Dean's Ad- 
visor>' Council, 



SENIORS 



BARGER, DONALD S. 

Business. B.S. 
BARKER. WAYNE MORGAN Semora 

Business Administration. A.B,, Louisburg College, Society for the Advancement o( 
Management- 



BARNES, JAMES DAVID 

Health and Physical Education, B,S 

BARNES. JEAN D 

Library Science, B.S., Library Club, 
dent National Education Association. 

BARROW, BARBARA S 

Education. Library Science. B S,. Libr 



BARTLETT. MARTHA B. 

Education. B.S.. Student National Education As' 
BARTLEY, WILLIAM S. 

Business Administration. B.S. A.. Kappa Alpha 
scl.ir. SGA Representative. Men s Judiciary. 



Pi Kappa Alpha. Physical Edu 



n Club. 

Wade 




£kli^ 



\ 



Circle K Club. On 



BARTS, DARRELL J, 



Educ. 



for Childhood Educ. 



Yanceyvilk- 



BASNIGHT, SHEILA S. 

WECC Television. WECC Radio, Playho 



BAUERBAND, JOSEPH L. 

Business. B.S, A,; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



BEAL, LARRY ALLEN 

Business, B.S. A.; Future Busine 
hliing Club, Judo Club, 

BEAMAN, PATRICIA C. 
History. B.S.; Student National 
Democrats Club. Angel riight. 



al Collegiate Playc 



Wayram 



i^Aii^r^ 




Wilmington 

iation. Weight- 



Stanlonsburj; 









BEARDEN, JOHNNY C. 

Industrial Arts, B.S.; Industrial Arts Club. 
BEATO, JOSEPH A. 

History. B.S. 



BEAVER, DOROTHY A 
Business, B.S.: Alpha Phi. 

BECHT, SUSAN E. 
Biology, B.S.: S.G.A. representati 

BELL, GLENDA S. 
Education. B.S.: Student Couns 



Chi Beta Phi, Sigma Tau Sigma 



for Childhood Edu 



Snow Hill 

Salisbury 

Trenton, N.J. 



Flemington, N.J. 
Concord 



BELL, PATRICIA A. 

Education. B.S.: Student Natic 
BELL. SYLVIA J. 



al Education Association. 



Wilmington 



RobersonviUe 
jent of Manage- 



BEMIS, WILLIAM Y. 

Business. B S.: Math Club. Philosophy Club, Society fot Advanci 
ment. Student National Education Association. 
BENFIELD, WILLIAM J. Rocky Mount 

Business. B.S.: Alpha Kappa Psi. King Youth Fellowship. Karate Club. 



BENNETT, BARBARA S. 

Medical Technology. B.S. 

BENNETT. RONALD P. 

Business. B.S, A. 

BERINI. DANTE C. 

Business, A,B. 

BERLIN, DAVID S. 



BEVILLE, ALICE C. 

Library Science. B.S. 

BISHOP, JANE E. 

Business, B.S. 
BLANCHARD, STEPHEN M. 

Geography. A.B : Air Force ROTC. Co 

BLAND. MARVIN H. 
Industrial and Technical Education. B 



Wilmington, Del. 



Manassas, Va. 



S.: Industrial and Techn 



BLUMER, WILLIAM J. 

History. A.B,: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Westminster Fellow: 
BONDS, MARY D. 

Education. B.S.: King Youth Fellosiship, Student Nal 
Association for Childhood Education. 

BONEY, PATRICIA E. 
Nursing. B.SN,: Student Nurses Association. 



Roanoke Rapids 
Raleigh 



BOONE, PATRICIA A. 

Education. B,S.: Alpha Delta Pi, Student Nati 

representative. Women's Recreation Association. 
BOST, WALTER L. 

History. B.S.: Sigma Nu. Inter-Fraternity Council, Young Democ 
BOSTIC, BONNIE M, 

Education. B.S. 

BOSTIC, WALTER E. 
M.ith. A.B : Math Club. Physics Club. Varsity Football. 



208 



Greensboro 
1 Education Association, S.G.A. 



Clinton 
Stedman 



SENIORS 




pi ,o ^ 













BOTTOMS, MYRA A 

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club. 
BOWEN. PATRICK K. 

Business. B S : StuJenT National Education Association, Phi Beta Lambda 
BOWLING, CAROn'N 

Education. B.S. Delta Zeta, Association for Childhood Education. 

tional Education Association. 
BO'iT), IRA H. 

Chemistry, B.S.: Men's Glee Club, American Chemical Society. 



Elm Cit>' 
Plymouth 



BOYD. JOHN W . Ir 

History. A.B. 

BO'Vr), REBECCA J. 

Education. B.S.: Student Natic 
Education. 

BO'i'KIN, LYNDA H. 

Nursins. B.S.N. : Student Nur< 
BOYKIN, W. BEXLEY 

Business, B.S. 



BRACKEN, BRENDA P. 

Education, B.S,: Student Natior 

BRADFORD, SUSAN E. 

Mathematics. A.B.: Modern Dai 

BRADLEY, SYLVIA D. 

Music. B M.E.: f onceit choir, 
BRANDT, HARRY H. 

Philosophy, A.B 



BRANTV, LORRAINE W. 

Education. B.S. 

BRASWELL. CL'RTIS, E. 

Business, B.S.A.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Inter-Fraternity Cou 

BR£^X'ER, BETTY L. 

Business, B.S. 

BREWER, FRANK L. 
Mathematics, A B : Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society. 



Charleston, S.C. 



Goldsboro 
riation. Association for Childhood 



■ Club. Phi Sigma Tau. 



Sanford 

Arlingt.in, Va 

Raleigh 

Long Branch, N.J 



Kennett Square, Pa. 
Greenville 




k^^T^kfeC^i 





£MrMmM£A 












BRIGHT, .MARY C. 




Raleigh 


Art. BF.A. Njtinn.il Society of Interior Design. 






BRITT, REBECCA A. 


Mou 


nt Olive 


Mathematics. B.S. rhi Beta Phi. 







BRITTON. WILLIAM W. Robersonville 

Health. B S Phi Epsilon Kappa. Varsity Baseball. Physical Education Majors Club. 

BROADHURST, JANET C. Wilson 

Mathematics B S Women's Judiciary, chairman; Chi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Math rlub, 'WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



BROOKS. LORA C. 

Spanish. BS. 




Durham 


BROOKS. SHEILA A. 

Education, B.S Student Nati 


ional Educati.m Association. 


Fayetteville 


BROTHERS. ALICE M. 

Busints-.. B S Pi Omega Pi. 




Elizabeth City 


BRO^'N. DAVID A. 

Enchsh. B.S.. A.B : Buaanee 


r, Classes Editor. Fine Arts Editor. 


Youngsville 


BROWN, ELAINE P. 

Art. B,S Delia Pi Delta. 




Brunswick, Ga. 


BROWN, ELIZABETH B. 

Education. B.S : Association 
Association. 


for Childhood Education. Studeni 


Tarboro 
: National Education 


BROWN, ERNEST A. 

Business. A B. 




Rockingham 


BROWN, LAWRENCE A. 

Hist.iry. A.B. F.jit Carohn1.11 
Advisory Cuniil. President's 


/ editor. Men s Judiciary. Public 
Cabinet. 


Lynchburu, Va. 
ations Board.' Dean's 



209 



BROWN, MARY B. 



BROWN, 

French. B 
tional EcJL 

BROWN, 
History. B 

BROWN, 
Business, I 



B.S. 
OMETA A. 

•S,: Alpha Omic 

REBECCA A, 



Pi, Women's Re 



SAMMY A. 
I.S.A.; Society for the Advanci 



ReidsviUe 
Association, Student Na- 



Rockingham 
Sanford 



Greenville 

Winterville 
of Management. 

Fairmont 
. Association for Childhood 



BUCHHOLZ, EDWARD T. 

Business, B.S. A. 
BUCK, ELBERT T., Jr. 

Business, A.B.: Delta Sigma Pi, Society for Adv 
BULLOCK, JINLMIE N. 

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Associati 

Education, Women's Chorus. 

BULLOCK, JUDY K. Williamston 

Education, B.S.: Home Economics Club, Alpha Phi, Women's Judiciary, Aquanymphs. 



BUMGARDNER, JOHN M. Charlotte 

Psychology, A.B.: Psychology Club, Judo Club, Skin Diving Club. 

BUNN, RUSSELL D. Goldsboro 

Psychology. A.B.: Psychology Club, Judo Club, Skin Diving Club. 

BURGDOFER, JERRY E. Alexandria, Va. 

Business, A.B.: Society for Advancement of Management. 

BURGESS, WILLIAM L. Washington 

Psychology. A.B.: Psychology Club, Track. 




|fc». 5- " jTs^ « I 



BURNS, ELIZABETH A. 
Business, B.S.: Phi Beta Lambda. Alpha Delta Pi, 




Pittsboro 


BUSH, RONNIE H 
Music, B.M.E. 




Columbus, Ga. 


BUTLER, CHARLES K. 

Psychology, A.B.: Psychology Club. Pi Kappa Phi, Ail 


■ Force ROTC. 


Charlottesville, Va. 




d^k 



BYRD, ESTHER H. 

Nursing, B.S.N.: Student Nurses Associati 
BYRD, MARILYN K. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Physical Education Major'; 
BYRD, RETHA F. 

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Associati 



Alpha Xi Delta, Euil CaroHman. 



Women's Recreation Associatic 





f^r^^i 



BYRNE, RICHARD L. 

Psychology. A.B.: Air Force ROTC. Delta Sigma Pi. Marching Band. 
CALDWELL, JOHNNY M. 

Mathematics, B.S.: Math Club. 
CAMP, JAMES C. 

Geography. A.B.: Cheerleader. Lambda Chi Alpha. Legislature represcntati^ 



CAMPBELL, ALARTHA E. 

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club. 
CAMPBELL, PATRICIA A. 

Education, B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student National Edu 
CARLTON, PENELOPE. V. 

Education, B.S.: Alpha Phi. 



Fayetteville 



Thomasvi 




.Ci 




^kUk 



Rocky Mount 
Burlington 



Edenton 




£^kMrk 



210 










V 




(^ fp ^}y 



CARMICHAEI,. FRANCES C. 








Nnrfnlk. 


Va, 


Educ.il.Mn. B S rill OmcEJ. Hon 


,or Coui 


rcil. Stude 


nt Na 


tional Education As' 




CARMINES, CHARLOTTE G. 








Hamplon, 


Va. 


EJui-atlon. B.S. 












CARNEY. BASIL W.. Jr. 








Williamsburg, 


Va, 


Phisics. A B.: American Inslitutc n 


f Physic 










CARPENTER. MARY J. 








Newpiirt News, 


Va. 


Music. B M Marchmc Bnnd. Orel 


hestra. S 


igma Alph 


la Iota 






CARSTARPHEN. JOHN, III 








Alex.incJri.1, 


Va. 


Education, B.S.: Kapp.i Alpha; Cat 


rterbury 


Club, Vic 


e Presi 


dent. 




CARTER. EVELYN S. 








Greets 


lyille 


History. B S.; History f,lub. 












CASH, SONDRA L. 








FrankI 


inton 


Music, B.M.E.: Concert Choir, 


College 


Singers, 


Sigm, 


1 Alpha Iota, Ptes 


idcnt: 


Chapel Choir. 












CASHION, JAMES E., Jr. 








Moorcsville 


Chemistry, A.B.: Phi Kappa Tau. 


Treasure 










CAUDLE, RICHARD L 








Char 


lotte 


Art, B.F.A,; SiKma Phi Alpha. Voi 


ini; Rcpi 


jblicans CI 


ub. 






CAYTON, CARL D. 








At 


arora 


Business, A.B : Society for AJvjnci 


?ment of 


Manancm 


ent 






CHAMBERS, MARTHA J. 








Winston-S 


.alem 


Physic.il EJucalion. B S. : Aquanv 


mphs. President. 


Model 


n Dante Club. Ptes 


ident. 


Alpha Phi, 












CHANCE. MARY L 








Burlit 


i.miin 


Phvsicil Education. B S Alpha X 


1 Delta. 


Women s 


Recre, 






CHAPPELL, ANGELA K. 








Suni 


:)trry 


Business, B.S. 












CHERRY. JANET A, 








Chji 


•Intie 


Home Economics, B.S.: Delta Zeta, Mod 


lern Danct 


: Club 


, Home Economics 


Club, 


W.imcns Recreation Association 












CHESSON, MICHAEL N. 








Crc- 


swell 


Business, B.S. A.: Society for Advar 


icement 


of Managt 


ment. 


Phi Beta Lambda. 




CHRISTENBURY, JUDY M. 








Fayctlevillt; 


Education, B.S.; Student National 


Educati. 


an Associa 








CIANFRANI, JOHN C. 








Hollywood, 


Fla, 


Historv, A B "SiKma Phi Epsilon. 












CLAGETT. WILSON L, J 








Gaithersburg, 


Md. 


Business, B.S. A. 












CLARK. RAY C. 








Green 


short. 


Cieo^^raphy. A B, Sipm.i Nu, Inter 


Fratern 


ity Council 


, Youi 


nc Republicans Club. 




CLARK, RUBY J. 








o 


xford 


Education. B S.: Association for 


Childh 


ood Educ 




Student National Educa- 


CLAYTON, JAMES L. 








Neyvpiirt News, 


Va. 


Industrial ,ind Technical Education 


. B.S. 










CLEMMER, MARION R. 








Dallas 


Business. B S Student National Education 


Associatio 


n 






CLINE. BARBARA C 








Wilson 


Nursint. B S N. Nurses ( lub 












CLOl'GH, DAVID N. 








Colu 


inibia 


Hislor)', B S Phi Alpha Tlicta, A 


mold Ai 




Air Fo 


tee ROTC. 




CMORIK, JOSEPH F. 








New Oslel, 


Del 


Business. B.S. Society for Advance 


■mcnt of Manai^em 


ent. 






COBB. RICHARD E. 








Ed. 


[•nton 


History. B.S 












COBB. VADEN L 








Cha 


rloltc 


Polilit.ll Siieiiie. A.B. Varsity Fo 


otball. 










COCHRAN. RANDOLPH 








Chesapeake 


, Va 


Diama. A H Alpha Psi Omcta. WEtX 


Radio. 









SENIORS 



COCKMAN. JAMES E. 



Busi 



B.S.: S.gn 



, Nu, Tr< 



COFFIELD, BRENDA A. 

EJucuion, BS.i Student N.ilionil 

COKER. CHARLES D. 

Business. A B. 

COLE, DONALD W, 

Business, B.S.: Delta Sisma Pi. Vi 



COLE. LENA C. 

Education, B S.: Student National Edu 
COLEMAN, MAURICE A., Jr. 

Business, A.B. 

COLIE, RUTH C. 

Education, B.S,: Student National Ec 
Association for Childhood Education. 

COLLINS, JOHN D. 

Sociology. B.A.: Chapel Choir. Newm 



COLLINS. SYLVIA D. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Wc 

CONNELL. lOSEPH S . 

Business. B S, 
COOPER. SANDRA L. 

English. B.S.: An.cel Flight. 

CORBETT, PHYLLIS A. 
Music, B.M.E.: Concert Cho 



Education As; 



Phi Beta Lambda 



Rockingham 

Oak City 

Tarboro 

Siler City 



Fountain 

Goodyear, Ariz, 

La Grange 



Hightstown, N.J. 
I Club, Sociology Club, Tutoring Society. 



Elizabeth City- 
Raleigh 
Wilson 
Farmville 



COWART. JOHN W. Jacksonville 
Psycholosy. A.B : Math Club. Psychology Club. 

COX. BETSY A. Walstonburg 

Education. B.S.: Women's Recreation Association. Women's Glee Club, Student 
National Educati.m Association. Association for Childhood Education. 

COX, CORNEILA I Clayton 

Education. B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi. Tteasurei; Student National Education Associa- 



COX, MARSHALL D. 

Geography. BS. 



COX. OTTIS G , JR. 

CRABTREE. MARTHA A. 

English. B.S.: Student Counselor. Baptist Student Unic 

tion Association. 
CRANE. PETER B. 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
CRAYTON. JAMES E., Jr. 

Music, B.M.E.: Marching Pirates, College Union Commi 



CREW, JOHN A. 

Geography. A B.: Varsity Football. Pi Kappa Alph.i 
CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
CRIBB. BRENDA J. 

Psvch..l"i;y. A.B.: King Youth Fellowship. Concert Choir. 

CROCKER. LINDA B. 
Education. B.S.: Student National Education Associ. 
Canterbury Club. 

CRLTCHFIELD. RICHARD 

Psychology. A.B.; Pre-Med Society. Psychology Club. Mci 



Dudley 



Chocowinity 



FayetteviUe 
Greensboro 



Raleigh 



Henderso 
Women's Judiciar 



CUMMINGS. GEORGE W. 

Chemistry. A.B.: Kappa Alpha. Men's Judiciary Co 

CUiMMINS. ROMA L. 

English. A B.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student Counselor. 

CUNINGHAiM. SYDNEY G. 

Geography. A.B.: Gamma Thela Upsilnn. 

DAGENHART. JIMiMIE L. 
Business A.B.: Kappa Alpha, vice president. 



Atlantic Beach, Fla. 

:il. Men's Honor Council. 

Mooresville 
Winston-Salem 










J^ ^ A ^ 




SENIORS 



DAMBROSIO, LOUIS A. Stafford, Pj. 

Business. B.S.A : Alpha Phi Omes.i. President. KiUle Club. E.ul C.:rohrlun 

DANIEL. ANNE C. Greenville 

History-. A.B.: Kappa Delta. Ejii Cirolinun. Marshal. Siema Tau SiRraa. Chi Beta 
Phi Phi Sigma Tau. Philosophy Club. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



DAVIDSON. TONDRA C. 

Art. B.F.A, 
DAVIS, GARY E 

Business. BS.A.: Air Force ROTC. 



DAVIS, JOHN P. 

Business. B.S.: Circle K. 

DAVIS. KATHERINE L. 



Ph,s 



Edu 



Wl 



Education Major's Club. 

DAVIS. MARY L. 

Education. B.S : Student Nation 

DAVIS, SUSAN E. 

Medical Technology. B.S.; Wc 



DAVIS, SUSAN L. 

Music. B.M E.T Concert Choir. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM M. 

History. A.B.: History Club. Young Republican Club. 

DAWSON, LINDA S. 

Education. B.S. 
DAY. MARY JANE B. 

History. B.S. 



President, Phys 



:il. Dean's Advi 



DAY, SANDRA J. 



DEAL, JACKIE W. 

Business. B.S A. 

DEAL, WILLIAM F. 

Political Science. A.B.: Appeals Court: Budget Co 
Council; Legislature. Speaker; External Affairs. Chaitm 



DEAN. HUGH P 

Psychology, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha 



DEAN. JAMES W. 



Mount Airy 

Northville, NY. 

Kinston 

Jacksonville 



Pinetops 



Busi 



U.S. 



DEAN, RONALD G. 

Physics and Mathematics. A 
Institute of Physics 

DEAN. THOMAS W. 

Business. B S : Varsity Tennis. 

DEATON, ELIZABETH A. 
Physical Education. B,S. 



Raleigh 

ill; Psychology 



Winston-Salem 
ship. President; National 



Rocky Mount 
Statesville 




O P (^ C'^ 



DeMILLE, FRANK R. 



B.S.: Phi Kappa Tau. 



DEVANE, CHARLES M. 



DICKENS, JUDY A 

Biology. B.S. : Aquanymphs. Studei 



Virginia Beach. Va. 
Elizabethtown 



SENIORS 



DICKENS. WILLIAM I., Ill Wilson 

Pliysical Educa^on. B.S.: Intcr-Dormitory Council. Circle K. Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. Merit Scholar, Lambda Chi Alpha, WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

DIDAY, KATHLEEN R. Damascus, Md. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Gymnastic Club. 

DILDA. KENNETH W. Fountain 

History, A.B.: Free Will Baptist Fellowship. History Club. Mens Judiciary. Phi 
Alpha Theta. 








DINEEN, MICHAEL J, 

Geosraphy, A.B.: Varsity Swimming. 

DODD, WILLIAM, C. 

Business, A.B.: Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda. 
DODDS. LINDA E. 

Psychology. A.B.: Psi Chi. Gamma Beta Phi. Chi 
Psychology Club. 



Wilmington 
Raleigh 



Greenville 

Phi. Phi Sigma Tau. 




diMHA ft J 



m. Diving Coach. Fcl 
DORSFY, DONNA M. 

Nursing, B,S.N.: Alpha Phi; Panhellenic. Treasurer; Studei 
DUNN, JENNIE S. 

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, As! 

Education. 



Wilmington, Del. 

■ship of Christian Athletes. 

Stroundsburg, Pa. 




■ftl 








i^iriiiM 



,^. 




f) 



'MtM 



EARNHARDT, LINDA K. 

Psychology. A.B. 

EARP, MARY A 

Education, B.S. 

EASON, THOMAS E. 

Business. B.S.P,; Society for Adv 
EASON, TIMOTHY G. 



nt of Management. 



EDELEN, DAVID B. 

Business, B.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Society for Advano 
Lambda. Air Force ROTC. 

EDNX'ARDS. AUDREY P. 

Mathematics. B.S : Chi Beta Pin. 

EDWARDS. CARL A. 
Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education N 
President, Phi Epsilon Kappa, President; Deans Ac 
IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

EDWARDS, ELMO T. 

Psychology. A.B. 



EDWARDS. LINDA C 

Spanish. BS: Alpha Phi. Student Counst 

EDWARDS. LISTON G. 
Psychology. A.B : Pi Kappa Alpha. Psi Chi. 



EDWARDS, MARY A. 



Ho 



B.S-: 



Kappa Delta 

EDWARDS, THOMAS S. 
History. A.B. 






Concord 

Raleigh 

West Chester, Pa, 

Jacksonville 



La Plata, Md. 
Management, Phi Beta 



Goldsboro 
Club, President, Vice 
Council, WHO S WHO 



Louisburg 



Polkton 
lies Club; 



Siler City 



214 




iWiU*' 



ELMORE, JOAN B. 



ELROD. BARBARA J 



Educ, 



itudei 



Educ, 



EMORY, CHRISTINE S, 

Huti.rv. B S.: Inttr-ReliBiOus Council. E,v 
NjlHinal Education Ass.iciation. 

ENGLEBRECHT, TED D. 

Business, B.S.: Delta Sifima Pi, Phi Beta lam 
ENNIS, WAYNE L, 

Political Science, A.B. 



EQUILS, JAMES W, 

Business, A.B ■ Pi Kappa Alpha, Presidei 
Vice-President, Dean s Advisory Council. 

ESHAM, DAVID E. 

Business. AB. 

ESSER, MARIAN 

Business. B.S. Alpha Xi Delta. Trejsu 
Beta Lambda. 

EUBANKS. LINWOOD G. 
History. B.S. 



ELRE, JACQUELINE P. 

Businesi. B.S. 
EVANS, DOROTHY L. 

Nursing. B.S N : Student Nurses Associ; 

EVANS, PATRICIA N. 

History and Enfilish, B S.: Student Natii 

EVANS, SUSAN W. 
Education, B.S • Alpha Xi Delta, Rei 
Education, Vice-President. 



n. Inter Reli 
1 Education 
line Sccreta 



EVANS, WILLIAM C . Jr. 

Business. B.S A. 

EWELL, GRACE L. 

Foien-n Lancuaee. B.S : F.j,t Cjrolinun, Alph.! Xi Delt: 
tion Ass.,ciation. 

FALLS. IDA J. 

NursiRK. B.S N : Student Nurses Association. 

FANN, SANDRA L 



Efland 

Greenville 

Mount Air>' 

Greenville 



Raleigh 
New Bern 

al Society, Student 

Onanock, Va, 
Greenville 



Norfolk, Va. 

Vice President, InterFraternity Council, 



Llppi^r Darby 
Raleigh 



Gates 

Ralei.ah 

Green\ ille 



Edenton 
on for Childhood 



Richmnnd, Va. 
Greenville 

Student National Educa- 

liessemer City 

S.,lemburK 



PARIS, JUDY A. 
Education, B.S : Student National Education Assoi 
Omcfia, Student Counselor, Orientation Counselor. 

FARTHING, MICHELE P. 

History. B.S.: YounR Democrats Club, Student Nation 

FEDDEMAN, WILLIAM K. 

Business. A.B.: Varsity Baseball. Circle K, Theta Chi, 



Alexandria, Va 



Washington, DC 



FELTON, LARRY L 

Business. B.S.: Inter Doimit.iry Council, Mens Residence Council, Tr 
Kappa Psi. 

FENNELL. MARY M. 

Home Economics. B S, Home Economics Club. Student Natioi 



Eure 
Alpha 



Rocky Point 




iJKi^ 




215 



FERRY, ]OHN P. 

Business AJmjn.^ttjtion. B.S.: K.irate Team, 


Co-Captain, 


Pcnns Grove, N.J. 


FINCH, CHARLIE C. 

Business Administration, B.S.A.' Alpha Kapp 


a Psi 


Henderson 


FINCH, RALPH A, 

Business Administration, B.S.A.: Pi Kapp 
Tennis, 


Phi. Execu 


Sanford 

ive Committee; Freshman 


FISHER. BETTY J. 

Education, B.S,: Student National Education 
Education, Student Counselor. 


Association, 


New Bern 

Association for Childhood 


FISHER, CYNTHIA 

Education, B S,: Church College of Hawaii, 


Student Natio 


Springfield, 'Va. 

nal Education Association. 


FITCH, MOLLIE 

Sociology. A B ■ Sociology Club, Tutorial So 


ciet>'. 


Gordonsville, Va. 


FITZGERALD, DOUGLAS H. 

Music, BM : Phi Mu Alpha, Vice Preside 
Band. President 


nt; School o 


Wilson 

Music Forum; Symphonic 


FLETCHER, HARRIET L. 
English, B.S.: Alpha Delta Pi. 




Burlin.cton 


FLOWERS, lAMES C 
History, B S.: Alpha Phi Omega. Secretary. 




Richmond, Va. 


FLOYD, MARY J. 

Business Education, B.S. 




Fairmont 


FORBES, EDE H. 

Education. B S ; Kappa Delta. Panhellenic 
Senator. Marshal, Student National Educatit 


Representati 


Clinton, S. C. 

c. Women's Day Student 


FORD, ANTHONY T, 
Art. A.B.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




Williamsburg, Va 


FOSTER, CHARLES D, 
Political Science, A.B : Theta Chi 




Advance 


FOL'SHEE, MICHAEL C. 

History. A B ; Christopher Neoport College. 


Theta Chi 


Newport News, Va 


FRACHER, GRETCHEN A. 

PsvcholoBv. A B : Saint Mar%'s Junior C. 
Council. Vice President. Psychology Club 




Waynesboro, Va 

Sigma Sigma. Panhellenic 


FRANKLIN, JAMES T. Ralei^ch 

Business. BS l-arabd.i Chi Alpha. Ritualis:. Mens ludiciarv. Attorney General. 
Chairman; Men's Honor Council Chairman; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Glee 
Club. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 


FRANKS, DONALD R. 

Spanish, B S 

FRAZIER, DAVID C. 

Business Administration, B.S.: Pi Kappa Phi. 


Chaplain Air 


Goldsb^ro 
Raleigh 

Force ROTC. 


FREIDOG, FRANK F. 

Education. B S. 




WmstonSalem 


FRITZ, IVEY I. 

Grammar Education, B.S.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Presiden 
Women's Recreation Association Student National Educa 
Judiciary Representative. 


Goldsboro 
t; CU. Social Chairman; 
ion Association; Woman's 


FRYE, MICHAEL W. 

Hi.l.irv, A B , History Club. Phi Alph,, Thct 




Greensboro 


FULLER, JOHN P. 

Political Science, A.B.; Theta Chi, Foreign 
Lavy Society, 


Relati.ins C 


Virginia Beach, Va. 

ub. Psychology Club, Pre- 


GAINEY, GLENDA V. 

Art, B S. 




Rockingham 


GARBETT, EARL W. Jr. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Varsity Track Tea 


.. 


Richmond, Va 


GARDNER, THOMAS M. 

Science, A B : Baptist Student Union. 




Richmond, Va. 


GARRARD, ANNE C. 

Nursing. B.S.N.: Student Nursing Associatio 


„ 


Madison, N.J. 


GENTRY, MARY A. 
Home Economics. B.S.; Home Economics Club, Women 
Omicn.n Pi. Student National Education Association. 


King 

s Judiciary Council. Alpha 


GEORGE, BARBARA H. 

Art and Interior Design. A.B : National Soc 


ety of Interior 


Richmond, Va 
Design. 


SENIORS 








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HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES HIGHLIGHT FOUR SEASONS. 




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GIDDINGS, BARRY M 

Mjtln-maiHS A B- Mjtii riub. Pliysi 
GIFFORD. RICHARD O. 

Health and PIivmc.iI Educatin,,, B.l 
Athlete'., Ptesidcnt. 

GILLEN, WILLIAM L. 



B.ise+,.ll. Kello 



Busi 



B S.A. 



GILLIAM, ANNE S. 

Hislorv and Enslisb. B : 
for Merit Schi.larv 



;ium.i T.iu Dclt.i. Phi Alphj The 



Fjyettt 



GOFORTH, lOHNNV M. 
Music. B M. C.incert Chnir 



Gi.ldsbor.. 

Kann.ip.ihs 

Robersnnv.llc 



GOINS. SHERRY G. Hmh Point 

Histnr%', B S : \V..men\ Judicuu). Student Counsel.ir, Oricntati.in Cuunsehir, Histnrv 
riub. Sccrctar>-. 

GOLD, REBECCA J. GreenvilU- 

.Sf.itheniat.cs. B.S M.irshall, Mjtii Cluh. SptiLiI E^ents Committee, Student Xa- 
ti.injl Educalirjn A^inciJti.m 

GOODEN, WILBUR A. Woodside, Del 



ijiiiutiJak 



GOODING, EVA M 

Hist..r>. B.S.: M,inhmK Pir 
riub. Otientatu.n Cciunwlcr, 

GOODMAN, ROBERT A. 

Pnlitic.il Science. A B: V.iiMty Fu.itbill, Air Force RO" 
Mens Residence Cciuncil. l.imbda Thi Alpha. 

GOULD, LINDSEY M. 

P..lilical Siienie, A.B Phi Kappa Tau. Mens Honor Couii 
phy Club. Society (or the Advancement ol Management. 

GRAHAM. GARY C. 



Ma 



A B 




GRAHAM. JANICE R 



A B 'i'.iun-j Dei 



tk 'Mrk£M 




grandoi.fi. l'i'nn y 

All, B S Neisman ( lub. ' hi 

GRANT. LINVv'OOD H. 

Health and Phvsic.il Fducalio 

GRAY, MF.RICE A. 



GREEN. LISA 

An fdiKatM.ii K ' 



ade 



idciit (.. 



W HO S WHO IN AMI Kir AN ( til I It, IS ANll TNIVI R^ITIP^ 

GREGG. GERALD H f ii 

Business. BSA Vacit-. Iia.l, I'l Kippa Alplu 

GREGG. JOHN K < In 



Mr 



A B 



GRIXjOKV, DAVID H 
B,o|,,K>. A B 



Greensboro 

flub. Psycholoc\ 

Lexin.mon 

Seven Srrin.o 

Newport 



Norfolk, Va. 

vy riuse, M.I 
V ( ll.tsc. Mil 

Sh.twboro 




ds^^ 



GREGORY, WILLIAM E. Wilson 

Geography. B.S.: Freshman Baseball. Air Force ROTC. Orientation Counselor. Inter 
dormitory Council. 

GREINER, BARRY L, West Chester, Pa. 

Accounting. B.S.A.: Society (or the Advancement of Management. 

GRIFFIN, CAROL E. Fairmont 

History. B S.: Gamma Beta Phi. Student National Education Association, 

GRIFFIN, CAROL'iTSI J. Edenton 

Nursing. B.S N.: Student Nursing Association. Canterbury Club. 



GRIFFIN. WILLIAM B, 






Durham 


Accounting. BS.P.: Alpha Kappa Psi. 








GRIMES, MARY P. 






Lexingtun 


Element.in' Education. BS.: Sigma Si 


gma s 


ogma, Studcr 


it National Education 


Ass.iciation. Orientation Counselor, 








GRISSON. CHARLES E, 






Henderson 


Business. B.S,: Alpha Kappa Psi. 








GRUBBS. JOHN W, 






Winston-Salem 


History. B.S.: Young Democrats, Kappa 


Alpha 


Order, Electi 


ons Committee, 'Varsity 


Cheerleader, 








GUIN, MARY N, 






Thomasvillc 


Physical Education. B.S : Student Nation. 


il Educ 


ation Associat 


ion. Biiicjneer. Dormi- 


tory President. Women's Judiciary. Physic 


al Edui 


:ation Majors 


Club, 


GULLEY, THOMAS L. 






Tarboro 


History, BS. 








GURGANUS, MARCIA A, 






Green\ille 


Grammar Education. B.S, 








GUY, HARRY D, 






Calypso 


Physical Education. B.S. 








HALL, lOHN C 






KenanSMlle 


Science. A,B,; Phi Beta Lambda, 








HALL, THELMA K. 






Youngs\ille 


Business. BS.: Women's Glee Club. Y 


oung Democtats Cli 


ib. Pi Omega Pi. Phi 


Beta Lambda. Alpha Delta Pi. 








HAMILTON. LINDA R. 






Houston, Tex, 


Biology. B.S, 








HAMILTON, MICHAEL G. 






Ocean City, N.J, 


Physical Education. B.S. 








HAMILTON, WILLIAM R, 






Beaufort 


Geography. B.S. 








HANCHEY, CLARA J. 






Dudley 


Nursing. B.S.N.: Student Nursing Associ 


ation. 






HANSEN. WALFRED J, 






New Bern 


Mathematics. B S. 








HARDEE, DANIEL E. 






Greenville 


Industrial and Technical Education. B.S. 








HARDISON, CLIFTON L. 






Seven Springs 


Mathematics and Library Science. B S Math CI 


ub. Library CI 


ub. 


HARDISON, NEAL F. 






Deep Run 


Library Science. B.S.: Math Club. Library 


Club. 






HARMON. WILLIAM K. 






Onley, Va, 


Accounting. A.B. 








HARRELL, CHARLIE R. 






Tarboro 


Business. B.S.A.; Alpha Kappa Psi. Inter 


■Dormi 


tory Council, 




HARRELL, SANDRA F. 






Macclesfield 


Geograp,l.y. B.S,: Student National Educa 


tion Ai 


tsociation. Ma 


th Club. 


HARRINGTON, DONNA T. 






Pineville 


Primary Education. BS, 








HARRINGTON. MARION R. 






Greenville 


Science. A,B : Ait Force ROTC. Arnold 


Air Soc 


lety. 




HARRIS, ALETIA D. 






Rocky Mount 


Primary Education. B.S.: Chi Onacga. Sti 


idem National Educa 


tion Association. 




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f^P 

O f} 1f\ p 





HARRIS, DOLORES R. 

Mjthcmitics. B S, Mjll. rlub. 

HARRIS. MATHRA T, 



Edu 



B S. 



HARRISON. lOHN L. 

Pnl.tical Saencc. A.B : Pi Kappi Alpha. Inter- 
HASKINS. RICHARD P. 

S(.ci.ilogj-. A.B.: Hebrew Fellowshir. President, 



HATCHER. lAMES R 

(.'..-nphv. A B. 

HArLi:V, GUY L, 

M , . 11 .\I.E.: Concert Choir 

HAWKINS. JOHN O. 

Business. B.S.A. 

HAYWORTH, CHARLOTTE S, 



Greenville 

AyJen 

Wilmington 

Raleigh 



Draper 

Kannapolis 

Mebane 

Ashehoro 



A.B,: Kappa Delta. Panheilenic. National Society of Interior Design 



HAZELTON, BILLIE P, 

Edinjtion, B.S Student National Educati 
HEATH. CHARLES L, 

HEATHi LINDA M. 

Education. B.S.: Student National Educati 
HECKMAN. GEORGE H,, III 



i.S.: Circle K. Epsilon Pi Tau. Industrial Arts Club, 



FanwooJ, N,J, 

Kinston 

New Bern 

Graham 



HELMS, HUGH D, 



Hi, 



B.S. 



Morganton 
HLLM'^. lANE A. Ralei?h 

1,1 ;i :ii..:i, B,S,: Alpha Delta Pi. President: Sigma Alpha Iota: Chapel Choir. 
W IK I s WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND LrNIVERSITIES. 
HENDRICKS. WALTER F. Richmond, Va. 

En.;lish, A,B.: Ejj/ Carolim.m. News Editor. Associate Editor; Younc Democrat 
Club, President: Deans Advisory Council. Cantcrbur,- Club 
HENDRIX, lUDY G, Hickory 

Education. B,S,: Student National Education Association, Women's Chonis. 



HENRY. SARA V, 
Physical Education. B.S,: PI 
Club, Matchins Pirates, 

HERNDON. SIDNEY M. 

Physical Education. B.S,: Physi 

HERRING. VARO 



Educ 



B ! 



G.) 



Bel 



al Education Ma 



aptist Student LIni, 



Rockinghi 



Bynum 



on As. 

HESTER, DORIS F, 

Education, B S : Kinf: Yi 



HICKEY, THOMAS D, South Boston, Va, 

Business, B S Alpha Phi Omega. Varsity Track. Young Republican Club, 

HICKS, lUDITH L. Richmond, Va, 

Hcilth and Phssical Education. B.S.: Women's Recreation Association. 

HICKS. NANO' G, Raleigh 

Education. B.S.: Chi Omega. Student Nali.mal Education Association. F.iil 



HIGNITE. RONALD E. 
.-p,inish and English. A.B,: ^ 



HILLIARD, CAROLYN S 

Education. B.S : Student Natr 
Education. 
HILTON. JOSEPH T,, II 

Health and Physical Educalio 
Club: North Candina Associ; 

HIN.SON, CLEO P, 

Education, B,S, 

HOBBS, JOYCEI.YN R. 



sity Baseball, Pi Kappa Phi. 



Greenville 



inal Education As 



Ihght. Admi 
Baptist Studei 
VERSITIES. 



Zebulon 

:iation for Childhood 



Hertford 
:Presidcnt; Angel 



WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND LINI- 



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HOBGOOD. REBECCA S. 

Piychiil..sy. A.B ; £.«/ C^irolini.m. I., 

HOCLTT, CATHERINE J. 

Business, B.S.: Student Counselor. 

HOELL, HENRY W. Jr. 

Business. BS.A. 
HOGG, OAKLEY W. Jr. 

History. A.B.: Siema Plii Epsilon. V 
President: Dean's Advisory Council, 



HOLLINGSWORTH, PEGGY C, 

English, B.S,: Sigma Tau Delta, Vice 

HOLSON, JOSEPH F. Jr. 

Bioloey. B.S.: Circle K. 
HOLT, EDWINA F. 

Hume Economics, B.S : Home Econor 

HOLT, JAMES L. 



President; Student Na 



Durham 

chology Club. 

Fayette\-i!Ie 



Gloucester, Va. 

Fraternity Council, 



Georgetown, DeL 
Princeton 



Greenville 

Band, Sym- 



HONDROS, PETE A. 

Education. B.S.: Sigma Nu, President. 

HONEYCLFTT, CAROL A, 

Music. B M E.: Siema Alpha Iota. Secretary: Marching Pirates; 
Concert Choir. 

HOOT, AfARTHA P, 

Education, B.S,: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Student National Education As! 

HORNE, TO ANNE 



Bu' 



IS A 



HOUSE, TRILLIS G. 
French and English, B,S,: Student National Educa 
Alpha. Gamma Beta Phi. Free Will Baptist Youth Fello 

HOUSTON, FRANCIS B.. Jr. 

Education, B.S,- Mens Glee Club. 

HOWARD, EDNA G. 

Mathematics. B S. 

HOWARD, THOMAS R. 

Political Science. A.B,: Young Republicans Club. 



Winston-Salem 



Greenville 
Greenville 



Ayden 

)n. Sigma Pi 

Washington 

Pink Hill 

Wilson 



Winston-Salem 

Club. Debate Team. Angel Flight. Student 



Alpha Phi: As< 



HOWERTON, OVELIA K, 
Home Economics, B,S.: Home Economio 
Counselor. 

HRUSLINSKI, ELEANOR M, 

Education, B.S.: College Union, Presidi 
Education, 

HUDGINS, EDWARD A. Jr. Greenville 

Science, A.B : Men's Residence Council, Sigma T.iu Sigma, Circle K, Men's Honor 
Council, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, Dean's Advisory Council, Westminster 
Fell.iwship; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, 

HUDSON, BYRON A, Richmond, Va, 

Art, A.B.: Alpha Delta Pi, National Society of Interior Design, 



SENIORS 



HUGHES, PATRICIA L, 






Durham 


Education, B.S.: Women's Glee Club, Student Nation: 


il Educat 


inn Assoc 


iation. 


HUMPHREY, MARTHA D. 






Kinstoi, 


History, B.S,: Student Counselor, Gamma Beta Phi. 








HUMPHREY, WALTER E, 






Kinstnn 


Business, A,B, 








HL'NNICUTT, ETTA P, 






Durham 


Education. B.S." Student National Education Associati 


on. 







Greensboro 





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HrNNIECLTT, lOSEPH W . 

[iii.MHsv. H ^ Fin Bii. 1 .iniMj 


Helliil 


HINMNGS. HAZEL M. 

BuMiK". US F'l (ImittJ Pi, Hisli.n.ir. 


Gr.inlsborn 


HINT, JOHN E. 

P..VLh.il,.t:v. A.B.. Psych.ilnty ( lub. Socilocy riuh. 


RiMcr.i Bcich. Fla 
lnter-D..rmil,.r>- Cnunol. 


HINT. MAMIE I.. 

Eauc.iti..n, B.S ■ \V„imn\ ( hn,us. MuJcnl Nalinn 
ci.it...n (nr ChildhmiJ EJucali,.,,. 


Oxford 

al Education Ass.,ij,i„in, Ass..- 


HINTER. FRANCES L 

H..mc Ei„n..mits. B S,: Un, verity P.irtv. Home Ecnn 


El./iihclii City 
nm.cs Club 


HLSSEV, DOROTHY A. 

EJucjti.in. B S : SluJtnt National EJucjlion Assncial 


West End 


INGRAM. SANDRA K 

Educati..n, B.S. 


Giildsboru 


IPOCK, INA F. 

Eaucatiim. B..S.: Baptist Student Uniun. Asyocia 
Student Counscliir; Buii.inctr Staff. Features Editut. 


New Bern 

linn f.ir Child d Edueatmn. 


IPOCK. IIEIA A 

Art. B,S. 


New Bern 


IRVIN, NANCY E 

PInsical Education. B.S. 


BLlekwood. N.J, 


lACKSON. EiNfMA J. 

' Enehsh. B.S.: Student National Education Associatiu 


Autrnille 
n. Women's Chorus, 


lACKSON, FLOYD A. 
Business. A. B.: Kins Youth Fellowship, President, 


Dunn 



lACKSON. GLORIA T 

Education. B.S : Student 
hi.nd Edueatmn, 

lACKSON, MACK D, 

Binjogy. B.S. 

lACKSON, MARY D, 



Busi 



B,S, 



; Club. Student N 

lAMES. LAWRENCE A. 

.Music. B,M E.: Phi Mu Alpha. Kai 

JANES. aMARGARET L. 

Edueatmn. B,S - Aquanvraphs. Wi 
Education Assnciation. 

JENKINS, ALBERTA 
Education, B S,: The Rcbil. Stndei 
Edueatmn Assnciatmn. 



Club. MarchiuB Pir 



Jackson 
Wade 



Ayden 



Rocky Mount 

ssociatinn. 

Eli2abeth City 



Jackson\ille 











1L ki^Md. a£A 



. Club. 



Pi Tai 



Indusi 



al Arts Club. 



Liberty 



lENNINGS, JAMES A. 

Business. B.S,: Mens Judiciary Council, YounR Republic 

JOHNSON, ASHELY A. 

Industrial Arts. B.S.: Pi Kappa Alpha, Epsil 
JOHNSON, DAVID R. Evergreen 

Science. A,B : Alpha Phi Omeca. Secretary; Library Club; Math Club; Men's Rcsi- 

dence Council. 

Griffon 



JOHNSON. FRANCES K. 



Edu 



B.S.: Wesley Foundai 



Education Asi 



JOHN.SON, JEANNE 



Studci 



Nat 



cl Flicht. Sludei 



JOHNSTON. BRt'CE W. Jr. 
Business, B.S.: Sigma Pi. 



Chesapeake, Va, 

Lillin,i;«on 

Morganlon 

Downingtown, Pa. 




filii^Aikk £ik 



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SCHOOL OF NURSING GETS NEW QUARTERS. 




Washington 

:rburv Club; Phi K.ippa Phi: Model United 



JOHNSTON, WILLIAM M. 

Business, B.SA.: Oricnt.ition Counselor; Karp.i Alph.i, Ti! 



JONES, TANE P. 

English. B.S. 



iMM 



JONES, JIMMY L. 













A'^M 





Goldston 
Williamston 



JONES, JOHN T. 

History. B.S.: Chapel Choir. 










New Bern 


TONES, KAY F. 

English. B.S.; Student National 


Educa 


ition Associat 


ion 




Smithfield 


JONES, LILLIAN T. 

History. B.S,: History Club. Del 


ta Sig. 


ma Then. 






Greenville 


JONES, SUE T. 

Educition. B.S : Rebel. Student 


: Natl 


onal Educati 


on Association, 


Jacksonville 
Gamma Beta Phi. 


JONES, WILLIAM R. 

Industrial Arts. B.S. 










Wilmington 


JORDAN, LARRY M. 

History, B.S. 










Apex 


lORGENSEN, LAYNE W. 

Physical Education. B.S. 










Greenville 


JOYNER, ANNE H. 

Education. B.S. 










Greenville 


lOYNER, ELLEN G. 
Education. B.S.: Student iNation, 


al Edi 


ication Assoc 






Sunburj- 


JOYNER, MARY C. 

Education, B.S : Biuraneer. Editor-in-Chief. Otga 
The Key; Budget Committee; Chief Marshal; 
Beta Phi. President; Student National Education 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 


Baptist 


Rocky Mount 

IS Editor; Publicans Board; 

Student Union; Gamma 

iation; WHO'S WHO IN 


KEARNEY, MARY K. 

Education, B.S.: Association f, 


or Childhood Edi 


.cation. 


Student 


Goldsboro 

National Educa- 


KEENE, JESSIE M. 

History, B.S.; Kappa Delta. StudenI 


: Counselor, 


Studei 


at Natior 


Four Oaks 

lal Education As- 


KEIBER, ROBERT J. 

Art. B.S.; Sigma Nu. 










Kearny, N.J. 


KELLER, LAUREN C. 

Art, A.B.: Alpha Phi, President 


. Aqu: 


inymphs. 






Alexandria, Va. 


KELLEY, FRANCES A. 
History, B.S.: Delta Zeta, Secretary; 
Student National Education Associatio 


Women's Ji 


udiciar 


,■; Young 


Hickory 
: Democrats Club: 


KELLY, JERRY M. 
History, B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi. 










Sanford 


KENNEDY, JOYCE C. 

Education. B.S.: Student Nation. 


il Edu 


cation Associ 






Enfield 


KERLIN, ROBERT B. 

Business, A.B.: Circle K, Bach 
Committee. 


lelor Club, Theta 


Chi, Elections 


Bradebton, Fla. 
Chairman, Budget 


KILLIAN, MARY G. 

Education, B.S.: Student Nation: 


il Edu 


cation Associ 


ation 




Wilmington 



KIMSEY, JAMES R. Murphy 

Political Science, A.B.: Student Government — Treasurer, Summer School President; 
Presidential Cabinet; Secretary of Finance; Law Society. President; Model United 
Nations, Secretary General, Academic Forum; Rules Committee of Student Legis- 
lature; Men's Honor Council; Associated Arts Board; WHO'S WHO IN AMERI- 
CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



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KIXCAID. Bll.LV F 

Business. USA 

KING, RAY W 

Psych..]. .sv. A B 

KING. REBECCA B 



KINGREE, RICHARD A. 

PsychoLigy. A,B.: Psych.. I.icy Club. S.. 



KINZIE, MICHAEL A. 

Mus.c. B.M E, Phi Mu Alph.i. Ma 
KIRBV, CARCJL R, 
English. B.S,: Sifim.! Tju DclU. 

Ass..ciJti,.n 

KIRKMAN, RCJBERT L 

Business. B.S. A.: Delta Sigma Pi. ; 

KIVETT, BARBARA B. 

Education. B S.: Student National 1 



KNIGHT. CORNELIA B. 

Education. B S Y..unR Dem..crat 
KNIGHT, HARRY P. 

Psych. .h.KV. A,B.: Men's Resid 
Psychology riub. 

KNIGHT, JANICE G, 

Education. B.S.: Marching Pita 
tion Associati.in, 

KNOTT, MARY A. 

French. B.S.: Delta Zetl. Studci 



Greensb.iri 
Kannapoli' 



Willard 

Club. Student Nali..njl Educali.in As- 



Mount Crawford, Va. 



Richmond. Va. 

Philosophy Club; 



Hampton, Va. 



Student National Educa 



KOGELMAN. MARILYN D. 

English. B.S : W'.imens Jud. cars', 5 

KORNEGAY. SARAH P. 

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical 
RccrcatL.n Association. 

KRIMMINGER, TAMARA A. 
Art. B.S. 



Alexandria, Va 

Goldsboro 
lor's Club. Women's 



LAMBETH, BEN A 

Political Science. A.B. 

LANCASTER. DIANE 

Education. B S.: Student National Education As 
Union. Treasurer. Ass.xiation (or Childhood Edu 

National Education As 
Education, 

LANDSPERGER, NANCY T, 



LANE, ROBERT N,. Jr. 

Business B.S ■ Men s Honor Council. Alto 
Secretari-, Vice President. Lambda Chi Alpha 

LANGDON. WALTER T. 



Phy 



Educ 



B.S,; Phys 



LANIER, MARTHA J 

Educali..n, B S.; Student Natl. 

LASLEY. MARGARET R, 

P5;,ch,,l..i;y. A,B,; Alpha Phi. 



I Edut, 

Educi 



LEARY SANDRA F. 

.Math and Psyih.,|..i:v. B.A,; Math Club, 

LEE, MARGARET A, 

Educati.n, B s ; Delta Zcta. Student Na 

t..r Childho.id Education. 

LEE. SIMEON R, MI 



Arlington. Va, 

s Residence Council. 

Four Oaks 

wty Baseball, 

Ashcboro 



Washinsi" 



Busi 



B,S 



LEE, VIRGINIA 



of Childhood Educatic 




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LEWIS. SARA L. 



LEIGH. JLILIA A. 

Educili 



S'ude, 



Nati.: 



al EJuc, 



LEONARD. LLITHER G. 

Business. A.B.: Phi Beta Lambda, Phi SiBma Pi. President; Alpha K; 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 
LETCHWORTH. DOROTHY A. 

Business. B,S.: Young Democrats Club. 

LEVINE, ROBERT R. 
Histofy. A.B. 



LEWIS. ALEXANDER J. 

Industrial and Technical Education. B.S,- Epsilon Ph 
Technical Education Club. Treasurer. 
LEWIS. BONITA D. 

Education. B.S.: Delta Zeta. Orientation Counselo 
Association. Ass.Kiation for Childhood Education. 

LEWIS, lAMES D., Jr. 

Business. B.SP 

LEWIS, MICHAEL W. 

Education, B.S. 



Ho 






LEWIS, VICKIE C. 

Education. B.S.: Student Natior 

LINCOLN, JANE E. 

.S.: Student Na 
Aquanymphs. Young Republica 



Taunton, Mass. 



Louisbur^ 
ppa Psi. WHO'S 



Belhes 

Industrial and 

Henderson 
inal Education 

Thomasville 

Fayetteville 



SENIORS 



LORD. DALE S. 

Nursing. B.S.N,: Women's Recteati 

LOVE. LYNDA G. 

Education, BS; Alpha Xi Delta 
Childhood Education. 

LOX, KAREN A. 

English and French. A.B.: Kanpa 
Pi Alpha. 

LL'CAS. ALICE D. 

Psychology and Sociology, A B. 



LUCAS, ELIZABETH B. 

English, and Library Scienc 



tion, Aquanymphs 



LUPTON, ROY H., Jr. 



Physi 



l.S,: Phi Epsilon Kappa. Air Force ROTC. 



LL'TON, MATTIE Y. 



LUTON. PEGG^' A. 

English, B S : Student National Educ, 



.\IADRE. JAMES L. 

Psychology. A B : Men's Glee Club. WECC. 

-MAHON, PATRICIA A. 

Science. A.B,: General Electric College Bossl. An 

MALINSKY, MICHAEL A. 

Physical Education. BS,: Varsity Baseball ' 
Ph-.sical Education Maiors Club 

MANCINI, RAYMOND L. 

Business. B.S,: Delta Sigma Pi. 



LINEBERRY, JANE B, Ashebon: 

Education. B,S,: Student National Education Association, 
Symphonic Band, Matching Pirates, Student Counselor, 

LIPPINCOTT, MARY M. Chatham, N.J 

Education. B.S.; Aquanymphs. 



Raleigh 



Rtianoke, Va. 

Tau Delta, Sigma 



Washington 

Lowland 

Elizabeth City 

Elizabeth City 



Elizabeth City 
Kendall Park, N.J. 



Lumberton 
Golf, Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Wilmington, Del. 




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MARCH, JACQUELINE 



Gc 



apln 



MARKS, PHYLLIS C 

Hume Eoinnmic^. B S : H.imf Ecor 

MARMORATO ANNE L. 

Alpha Xi Delt: 



\X\ 



, Rtci 



MARTIN, KAREN L 

Psycholoey. A B.: Alpha Delta 
Club. Panhellenic. 



MASON, VANCE G 

Business Admin.stralinn. A.B 

MATHER, JAMES P, 
Spanish. AB : Pi Kjppa Phi. Secretars 
mitiec. Interfraternity Councii. 

MATTHEWS, ELIZABETH A. 

All. B,S : Chi Omcsa. Orientatmn Counsel. 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE T. JR. 
Busines. B.S.A : Delta Sipma Pi, T.easurct. 



MAUNEY, GARY L. 

General Business, A B. 

MAY. GEORGE S 



McAULEY, BRENDA L. 



McBRIDE, VANCE M, Jr 



McCALLLiM, CARLTON L, 

Political Science. B S 

McCLEES, ROBERT W. 



mics Club 
al Ans Club. 



Henderso 



Burlingto 



Greens i lie 

Judician-, Psychology 



Moreheati City 



Virgi. 



Beach, Va. 
roming Com- 



Phi Beta Lambda 



Sci 



B,S 



McCLENNY, MARIE D. 
Elementary EJucalion, B.S ■ S 
McCOTTER. PATRICIA 

Mathem.ilics, B S Chi Beta I 



Roanoke Rapids 
Farmvilie 



Shelby 

Rocky Mount 

Ellerbe 

Hickory 



Carthape 

WiUiamston 

Goldsboro 

Newton 



McDANiEL FRANCES E 

English. B.S.: Young Demo 
Teacher s Association. 

McDonald, linda d 

Music, B.M.E.: Sigma Alpha lot; 
Band. Symphony Orchestra. Theater 

McGHEE, ELIZABETH C 

Music, B.M : East C.'rolina Playhou 

McGUIRE, BUREL J. 

Music. B M Chapel Choir. Men's ( 



McHORNEY, SAMUEL J. 

Geography, A B.: Alpha Phi Omega 

McINTYRE. LUCY W 

Music. B M.E.: Choral Union, Conci 
McLAWHORN, MARIAN N 

Accounting, B.S. 

McCEAN, ANN M. 
Education. B.S.I Student National 
hood Education. Library Science Clul 



MEASAMER, WESLEY F Jr 

Accounting. B.S.: Sigma Phi Epsiinn 

MEDFORD. CAROLYN F 

1, BS: Studei 



Club, Sociology Club, North Car..lma 



Newport News, Va 

al Union, Sigma Alpha Iota, 

High Point 



Washin>;ton 
Rockingham 



One 



I Co 



MEDLIN, THOMAS E. 

Business Administration. B.S : Alpha Kappa Psi. 

MELTON, WOODROW D. Jr. 
Mathematics. B.S.: Physics Club. Math Club Ga, 



Grifto 



Grifton 
for Child- 



.Sanford 
Clinton 

Brjfojtfcr, 
Durham 
Hubert 




mMM^M 



225 



MERCER, JUDY F. 
Educ.ition. B.S.: Delta Zetj. Association for Childhood Edu. 
tionjl Education Association, Orientation Counselor. 


Wilson 

cation. Student Na- 


MERRITT, TERRY L. 
Business, M.S. A.: Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, 


Fayetteville 


MEYERS, VERNON L, 
Bi-sincss, B.S,A.; \\.'\\'\VS— Radio. 


Glen Allen, Va. 


MILLER, CHARLES E. 
Business. B.S.P,: Phi Beta Lambda, 


Rowland 



MILLER, GILBERT C, Wilmington 

Sociolo,ey and Psychology, A.B.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Psychology Club, Sociology 



MILLER, MARY L. 

Business, B.S.A. 

MITCHELL, FREDERICK P, 



MITCHELL, GERALD A. 
Psychology, A.B. 



Beaulaville 

West Chester, Pa. 

Largo, Fla. 




^^iTi 





AMMi^eA 




1k^£k 





^ ^^ fii 



MITCHE 

Educitioi 


LL, lOAN L. 

1, B.S.: Student Nations 


il Education Association, 




Greensboro 


MOBLE'i 


', BARBARA J. 

B.S.: Phi Beta Lambda 


, Pi Omega Pi. 






Robersonville 


MODLIN, MARY C, 
Music Education, B.M.E.: O 


jncert Choir, 


Choral Union. 


Carthage 
Student Counselor. 


MONTA 

History, : 


KHAB, KAY R. 

B.S.: Young Democrat Club, East Carolinian. 




Durham 


MOORE, 

Home Ec 


JACQUELINE A, 
onomics, B.S.: Phi Omi 








Ahoslcie 


MOORE, JAMES G. 
Physical Education. B.S.: Gymna 


sties Club. 






Marshville 


MOORE, 

Educatioi 


KATE H, 
^. B.S.: Student Nation: 


il Education Association, 




Raleigh 


MOORE, LINDA J. 

Educition. B.S.: Tau Sigma, 
National Education Associatioi 
AND tJNIVERSITIES. 


Ca-Vel 

Association for Childhood Education, Student 

n, WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 


MOORE, MARY B. 
Music, B.M.E : Sigma Alpha lot 


a. Chapel Choi 


Willard 
r. College Concert Choir. 


MOORE, 

Business, 


MERRILL C 

B.S.: Pi Omega Pi. Treasurer, 






Georgetown, Del, 


MOORE, 


ROBERT W. 
B.S.A. 








Roxboro 


MOORE, WILLIAM C, 

Psychology and Political Scienci 


:, A,B,: Dean' 


s Advisory 


Clinton 
Council. Men's Residence 



MOOREFIELD, ERIC K. Stokesdale 

English, B.S. 

MORPHIS, C. NOEL Lexington 

Business, B.S.A.; Circle K, President; Soccer Team. Society for the Advancement 
Management. WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

MORRIS, LMELDIA K, Concord 

Art-Education, B,S. 

MORRIS LINLY G. Vanceboro 
Mathematics, B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi, King Youth Fellowship, 



MORRISETTE, SUSAN L, 

English and History. A.B.: Sigma Tau Sigma, 
MULLALY, CHARLES F., JR, 

Sociology, A.B. 
MULLINS, WALTER E. 

Psychology, A.B, 

MUMFORD, EMMA V, 
Education, B.S.: Math Club, Sigma Sigma Sign: 



Alexandria, Va, 



Spring Hope 
Greenville 



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MtMLk^ 



1^^ K^ h^ 



vT^ 



MUNFORD. JOHN W. 
Psycholosy and Enpljih. A.B : Kappa Alpha. Circle K. 
Hon.ir Council 


Winston Salem 
Men's Judiciary. Men's 


ARIRDOCK, JEROI.D P, 

H.stor)-. B S. 


Henderson 


NANCE, MARV C 
Mathcmalics. B.S, 


AyJen 


NEECE, REBECCA H 
Histori'. A.B. 


Elizabeth Cily 


NEAL, PATRICIA A, 
Education, B.S 


EngclharJ 


NEELY, PATRICIA A. 
Spanish. B.S.: Alpha Phi, Women's Recreati.in Association. 


Stalesville 
Young Democrat Club. 


NEILL, DAVID C. 
Business, B.S. 


Clifton Heights, Pa, 


NEWMAN, JAMES B., JR. 
Psychology, B.S,: Ejst Carotirtijn, Sports Editor. Honor 
Phi Kappa Tau. Varsity Football, Cheerleader. 


Greenville 
Council, Law Society-. 


NEWTON, DOROTHY L. 

EducatMii. BS Westminster Fellowship. Student Nationa 
Association (or Childhood Education. 


Farmville 

.1 Education Association, 


NICHOLSON. JUDITH A. 

Education. B.S. Student National Education Association, A 
Education. 


Lumberton 
.ssociition for Childhood 


NOFFZ, MARY K. 

Home Economics. B S.: Phi Omicron, Women's Judi 
Council. WHO S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 


Hendersonville 
ciary. Dean's Advisory 
AND UNIVERSITIES. 


NOLAN, RUSSELL 'f., JR. 

Business, B.S.: Air Force ROTC. 


Fredericksburg, 'Va. 


NOLAN. lAMES C. 

History, B.S 


Morehead City 


NORFLEET, NORMAN L. 

History, A.B. 


Elizabeth City 


NORRIS, PERRY W. 
Music Education. B.M.E,: Marching Pirates. Symphonic 


Durham 

Orchestra. Brass Choir. 


OBERHOLTZER. TRENA 
Home Economics. B S. 


Wilmington, Del, 


OBRIANT. ADELIA L. 

Education. B.S 


Durham 


OBRIEN. JAMES T. 
Business. B.'S.A : Theta Chi. Treasurer. 


Attleboro, Mass. 


OLDHAM. PAMELA G. 

Nursing. B S.N : Student Nursing Association 


Gnft.in 


OLDHA^L ALVIS L. 
History. A.B. 


Richmond, 'Va. 



SENIORS 



OLDHAM, BRENDA M. 

Education, B.S.: Sigma Sigma 
Association. 

OLSEN, RICHARD P. 

Physics. A.B.: Math Club. Physi 
OSHIELD. MAE O. 
Business, BSP.: Future Business 



Club, Student Nai 



Leaders of America. 



OSTEEN. JULIA G. 

Music, B.S.M.: Sigma Alpha lola. Con 

OTT, BETT^' J. 
Music. B.M.E. : Sigma Alpha Iota. 
Union. Chapel Choir. School of Mi 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

OUTLAW, EDYTHE M. 



Ph-.Si 



Edu 



B.S: Ph> 



Asheboro 
ten Choir, Marching Pirates. 

Moorefield, W. Va. 
Symphonic Band. College Singers. Choral 
sic Forum. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 

Dudley 



Ass.ntation. .N'.rrth Cao. 

OUTLAVi'. SHIRLEY 



Bellemead. N.J. 






'Ad\Mikk 




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OVERTON, ANNA R. 

Education. B.S. 

PAGE, CAROL A. 

Business. B.S.: Student 
Omega Pi. 

PAGE, PATRICIA E. 

Education. B.S.: Student 
hood Education. 

PAIT, JULIA A. 
Busness. B.S.: WECC— Radio, Phi Beta Lambda 



Education Associa 



National Education Associs 



Red Springs 

Association for Child- 



PARKER. BRENDA C. 



Glee Club, Student National Ed 



Pollocksville 
n Association. 

Durham 
,d Technical Education Club. 



PASQUARIELLO, DANIEL 



B.S.: Varsity Basketball, Sigma Nu. Physical Educatit 



Paterson, N.J. 






PASSAMONTE, FRED J. Huntington Station, N.Y. 

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.: Industrial and Technical Education Club. 



PATE, LINDA K. 

Home Economics. B.S.: Hor 
PEARCE, CAROL A. 

Music. B.M.P.: Sigma Alpha Iota, 

President. 



Hope Mills 



Richmond, Va. 
College Orchestra, Vice 



PEARCE, JUDY R. Youngsville 

Education. B.S.: Association for Childhood Education, Student National Educa- 



Roanoke Rapids 



PEELE, DOUGLAS T. Ahoskie 

Psychology. A.B.: Voung Democrats Club. Psychology Club, Men's Glee Club, 
Vice President. 

PENLAND, BARBARA A. Lake Anderson, S.C, 

Nursing, BS.N.: Student Nurses Association. 

PENRY, MALLIE B. Winslon-Salem 

Nursing. B.S.N. 

PERRY. JOAN G. Windsor 

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association, Young Democrat Club, 
Association for Childhood Education. 



PERRY, NANCY C. 

Art. B.S.: National Society for Interii 
PETTIGREW SANDRA J. 

Home Economics. B.S,: Phi Omic 



: Designers, Delta Phi Delta, 



Rocky Mount 
lies Club. 

Windsor 



PHILLIPS, LARRY W. 
Business, A.B.: Varsity Basketball, Sigma Nu, Treasurer. 



B.S.: Epsilon Pi Tau 




PITTMAN, IVEY H. 



Micro 

al Arts Club. 

Selma 



Selma 



Busi 



i.S.A. 



rfe^i 



Morganton 
■ Economics Club. 
PIVER, THOMAS A. Tarboro 

History. A.B.: King Youth Fellowship. 

PLASTER, DAVID P. Patrick Springs, Va. 

General Science. A.B. 
POLLARD, DELPHIA B. New Bern 

History, B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer: Phi Alpha Theta. 

Treasurer. 



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POOLE. ALICE C. 












Durham 


Education. B.S : Student Nalic 


inal Ed 


UCJtiO 


-n Asso 


iciatii 


on. 




POPE. WILLIAM P. 












Roanoke Rapids 


Histon-. B.S.: Concert Chun. 


Mens 


Glee 


Club. 


Phi 


Mu Alpha 


, Young Republican 


Club. 














PORASUPHATANA. TIKRAH 










Roanoke, Va. 


Business. B.S. A. 














POTTER. JOSHUA 












Lowland 


Physical Educition. B.S. 














POWELL. ROBERT L. 












Greenville 


Business. B.S A 














PRESLEY, W- EARNEST 












Carthage 


Geography. A.B. 














PRICE. CAROL^-N D. 












Elm City 


Mathematics B S.: Chi Beta 


Phi. 


Math 


Club. 


Student Natior 


lal Education Asso- 


ciation. Kine Youth Fellowsh 


ip. WHO'S 


WHO 


IN 


AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 


UNIVERSITIES. 














PRICE. CAROLYN M. 












Winslon-Salem 


Art and Inteiior Design. A.B.: 


Natio. 


lal Society o 


f Interior Design 











Mi 




PRITCHARD. lOHN 
Business. B.S. 


R. 


JR. 










Henderson 


PRITCHETT. WILLIAM W, 
Political Science. A.B. 








Virg 


inia Beach, Va. 


PRIVETTE. PHILLIP 

Industrial and Technica 
Men's Honor Council, 


M. 
1 Ed 


uca.ion. 


B.S.: 


Air Force 


ROTC. 


Zebulon 
Phi Kappa Tau. 


PROCTOR. JOSEPH 

Industrial and Technica 


F. 

1 Ed 


ucation. 


B.S.: 


Alpha 


Phi 


Omega. 


Hertford 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 


PRYOR, ELIZABETH 

Education. B.S,: Aquany; 


A. 

mphs, 


Angel 


Flight 


. Assoc 




Fayelte\'ille 
for Childhood Education. 


PULLEY, CHARLIE 

Social Studies. B.S.: V; 


H., 

irsity 


JR. 
Golf 


TcaiD. 


Men's 


Honor Counc 


Greenville 
il. History Club, 



Phi Alpha Thela. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER- 
SITIES. 

PURVIS, KATHERINE A. Robersonville 

Home Economics. B.S.: Phi Omicron. 

QUINLIVAN. MICHAEL J. Pensacola, Fla. 

Psychology, A.B,: Alpha Phi Omega. Canterbury Club. 



QUINN. ROBERT W. 

Geography. A.B.: Lambda Chi Alpha 

RABEL, EDWARD T. 



ROTC. Arnold Ait 



RACHMEL, LEE W. 

Psychology. A.B.: Air 
Tau Sigma, 

RAME^', lAV P. 

Business. B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha 



RAiMMEL V;'ILLIAM A, 
Business. B S. 

RANES. NELL G. 

Mathematics. B S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Chi Beta Phi. 

RANES. WESSE C. Ill 

Business. B.S.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
RATCLIFF, LEE J. 

History. B.S.: History Club. Young Republican Club. 



RAY. HORACE A. 

Psychology. AH, 

RA'i'BOURN. LELAND W. 

Sociology. A.B. 
RAYNOR, JAMES R,, JR. 

Health and Physical Education 



Newport 
Wyoming, Pa. 



Prince George, Va. 
ety. Psychology Club, Sigma 



Rockingham 



Bridgelon, N.J. 

Williamsburg. Va. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

Pantego 



Hampton. Va. 



Busi 



B.S. 



I.S.: Varsity Baseball. Phi Epsi 



Clinton 
Kappa. 



J.imesville 




iUL\^^^ 



REAVES, DONALD I 

Bu5ines!. B.S.A, 
REAVIS, MYRA J. 

Nursins. B.S.N. : Student Nurses Association. 
REDDING, CELINE B. 

Socolocy, A.B.: S..ciol.,sy Club. Secretary; Collegi; 

REDFREN, G. CARRLEETA 

Education, B.S.: Sigma Sigma Sigma; Junior C 
Education Association. 




REID, TIMOTHY W. 

Business. A.B.: Society for Ady 

REID, VIRGINIA G. 



i Glee Club, Alpha Phi. 



REIESNYDER, JANE E. 

Education, B.S. 
RENFROW, CAMELLIA 



Tefre Haute, Ind. 

Warrenton 

Annadale, Va. 

• Tutorial Society. 

Albemarle 
iss. Secretary; Student National 



Rockingham 

Hockessin, Del. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Kenly 
Young Republican 



RHEW, WALTER E. 

Business, B.S A. 


Burlington 


RHODES, SUSAN J. 
Psychology. A.B. 


Joppa, Md. 


RICE, FRANK L, Sunbury 
Physical Education, B.S.: Men's Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Council; Inter- 
D,,rm.tnn' Cuncil. Varsit>' Baseball; S.G. A. —Vice-President, Rinc Cnmmillee 
Chjirman; Chairman of Appeals Board; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 


RICHARDSON. R. JANICE Mayodan 
Business, B.S.: Delta Zeta. Panhellenic Council, Student National Education Asso- 
ciation, Phi Beta Lambda, Women's Judiciary. 


RIDEOb'T, EDITH C. 

Home Economics. B.S. 


Mebane 


RIMMER, FRANCES I. 
Education, B.S.: Association for Childhood Education 
Education Association; Gamma Beta Phi. 


Hurdle Mills 
. Historian; Student National 


RIPPARD, JOSEPH D. 

Industrial Arts. BS.; Epsilon Pi Tau, College Un 


Cleanvater, Fla. 

on. Homecoming Committee. 


RISNER, MARY 
Education. B.S.: Student National Education Asscjciatio 


Myrtle Beach, S.C. 


RIVENBARK, BURNEY R. 
Business, B.S.A. 


Greenville 


ROBERSON, TOMMY E. 

Business. B.S.: Arnold Air Society. 


Robersonville 


ROBERTS, BERKLEY C. 
Geography, A.B.; Air Force ROTC, Drill Team. Alpha 


Greenville 
Phi Omega. 


ROBERTS, BOBBY E. Willow Springs 
Physical Education, B.S.: Phi Epsilon Kappa. Air Force ROTC. 


ROBERTS. HERMAN C. 

History, B.S. 


Lansing 


ROBESON. LAURIE R. 

English and Library Science, BS.: Library Club, 


White Oak 
Student National Education 


ROESON. MARILYN L. 
Education, B S. 


Alexandria, Va. 


ROGERS, PHYLLIS K. 
Education. B.S.: Association for Childhood Education 
Association. 


Sanford 
, Student National Education 


ROGERS, W. JAMES 
Business, B.S.A.: Alpha Phi Omega, Treasiirtr. 


Warrenton 


ROSIER, DOUGLAS B. Greensboro 
Geography, B S.: Math Club, Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society. 


ROSS, NELLIE R. 

French. B.S. 


Greenville 


ROSS. PATRICIA A. 
B-jsiness, B.S.; Women's Glee Club. Phi Beta Lambda. 


Durham 



SENIORS 











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ROUSE, ERNEST F. 

History. B.S. 
ROUSE, FRANCES M. 



stcret3r>-. Chapel Cho 
RUBELIN. WALTER J. 
Mjthemilii;!. B.S.: Math Club; Chi Beta Phi 



RUFFIN, EARLE S. 

Primary Education. PS.: C 
Secretary. Student Nalnmal Ed 

RUSS. STUART H JR 
Business. B.S. 

SANDERSON, ED W. 

Business Administration. B.S. 
SANDERSON, GARY D. 

Education. B.S.: Student 1 



Wallace 

of Fletcher Hall North. 

Charlotte 

Holly Ridge 

;nt; Baptist Student Union. 



al Education Association, 



SANDERSON. JOHN R. 

Chemistrj-. A.B. 
STACHELL. LOU E. 

Accounting. B.S. 

SATTERFIELD, BENTON E 
Industrial and Technical Education. B.S.: Epsilon Phi Tau. 
and Technical Education Club. King Youth Fellowship. 

SAUERBIER. ROSEMARY T. 

Primary Education. BS.: Alpha Phi. Student Legislator. Asso 



Morchead Gty 



Force ROTC. 



Chestertown, Md. 

Goldsboro 
Treasurer; Industrial 

Chesapeake, Va. 
iation for Childhood 



SAULS, MARY C. 

Primary Education. B.S.: Student Legislator, 
tion. Association for Childhood Education, Ch 


, Student 
i Omega. 


Natio 


Clayton 

inal Education Associa- 


SAULS, TONY R. 

Physical Education, B.S. 






Garner 


SAUNDERS, JANE D. 

Primary Education, BS,: Student National 
Childhood Education. 


Educatior 


1 Asso 


New London 
elation. Association for 


SAVAGE, LINDA P. 
Art. B.S. 






LaGrange 


SAV^YER. SOPHIE S. 

Biology. A.B. 






Elizabeth City 


SCAFF, BARBARA A. 

Sociology, A.B.: East Carolinun. Canterbury. 






Moyock 


SCHLEGEL. GARY L. 

Business Administration. B.S.A.: Sociery ft 


ir the Advance 


Stevens. Pa. 
■ment of Management. 


SCHLICK, ELIZABETH P. 

Psychology. A B.: Gamma Beta Phi. 






Gloucester 


SCHOENER, RICHARD A, 
Business Administration, B.S. 




Massapeova Park, NY. 


SCHRUM, PAUL M. JR. 
Music. B.M.E.: Phi Mu Alpha. Vice Prcsi 
Pirates; SGA Fine Arts Committee. 


dent. President 


Manassas. Va. 

; Orchestra; Matching 


SCHWAB. JANET A. 

Business. B.S.: Orientation Counselor. 






Garden City, N.Y. 


SCHWERTFEGER. JAY P. 
History, A.B. 






Manassas, Va. 


SCOTT, DONALD G. 

Business Administration. B.S : Delta Sigma Pi. 






Winston Salem 


SCULL, SHERYL 

Primary Education, B.S : Student National Edi 


jcation A: 


isociati 


Falls Church, Va. 


SETTLE, DAVID M. 
History. B.S. 






Winston Salem 


SEWARD, STEVEN C. 

Business Administration. A.B.: Alpha Phi 
C.U. Bowling League. Men's Glee Club. 


Omega. 


Vice 1 


Roosevelt, NY. 

President; President of 




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SEYMOUR, JANE F. Sanford 

Primary Education. B.S.: Transfer from Queens College. Student National Educa- 
tion Association. Association for Childhood Education, College Chorale. 
SHARPE, LINDA F. Washington. D.C. 

Primary Education. B.S.: Association for Childhood Education, Student National 

Education Association. 

SHAW, CLYDE T. Jr. Asheboro 

Business, B.S.A. 

SHEARIN, EARL C. Jr. Rocky Mount 

Business Administration, B.S.A. 



SHEARIN. GERRY W. Nashville 

Primary Educilion. B.S. 

SHELDON, JOHN W. Wilmington, Del. 

Business Administration, B.S.: Air Force ROTC, Flight Instniction Program. 

SHERMAN, GEORGE L High Point 

Elementary Education, B.S.; Inter-Dormitory Council; Inter-Dormitory Court; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Vice President; Marching Pirates; Student National Education Associa- 
tion, 

SHORKEY, SANDRA M. 
Primary Education, B.S. 



Elizabeth City 



Kutztown, Pa. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Hall 



SIEGFRIED, RONALD R. 
History, A.B,: Air Force ROTC, Flight Instniction 

SIKES, PAUL L. ll Greensboro 

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.: Epsilon Pi Tau, Men's Glee Club, Indus- 
trial and Technical Education Club, Swimming Team. 

SIMMONS, ALMERIA M. Elon College 
Primary Education, B.S.: Faculty Evaluation Committee. Student National Educa- 
tion Association, Association for Childhood Education, Social Chairman of the 
Baptist Student Union. 

SIMMONS, BETTY A. Greenville 

Elementary Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association, Association 
for Childhood Education. 



SIMMONS, DONALD K. Goldsboro 

Geography. A.B.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Tennis. Cheerleader, Gamma Thcta Upsilon. 
SIMPSON, SALTER S. Gretna, Va. 

Business Administration, A.B. 

SIMS, BEVERLY E. Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 

Psychology, A.B.: Religious and Social Committee, Fletcher Hall. 
SKILES, MARVIN D. Plymouth 

Sociology, A.B. 



SMALL, ANNA L. Bethesda, Md. 

Psychology, A.B,: Psychology Club, Social Committee, Religious Committee. Modern 
Dance Club, 



SMITH, ALETHIA J. 

Music. B,M,: Sigma Alpha 
Opera Theatre. 

SMITH, ANNIE M. 
Biology, B.S. 



Rocky Mount 



Raleigh 
Iota. Angel Flight, Concert Choir, Choral Union, 



Phi Delta. 



Rocky Mount 



SMITH, BRENDA L. Raleigh 

History, A B.: Alpha Xi Delta, Historian; Sociology Club; Inter-Religious Council. 

Secretary. 
SMITH, GAIL C. Rocky Mount 

Primary Education, B.S,: Eai: Carolinian, The Key, Student National Education 

Association. Chi Omega. 
SMITH, GERALD G. Haw River 

Physical Education, B.S.: Basketball. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



SMITH, GLENDA J. 

Music Education, B.M.: Marching Pirates, Symphoi 
Ensemble, Sigma Alpha Iota, Choral Union. 
SMITH, JACK B. 
Business. B.S.A. : Air Force ROTC. 



Perry, Fla. 
Band, Varsity Band, Wind 



SMITH, LANNIS E. 
Physical Education, B.S.: Basketball, Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Physi 
cation Major's Club, Psychology Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 



SENIORS 



232 




„ir Designers. Si 
Nationil £duc. 



Oak RiJge 
Woodstock. Va. 



Laurinburg 



STAFFORD. PATRICIA J. 

Art, A B.: Nitionj] Society uf Ink 

STALKER. SHARON E 

Primary Education. B,S.: StudenI 
Ch.ldtiood Education. 

STANCIL. JAMES G 

Science. B S. 

STANLEY. PHYLLIS K. 

Education. B.S ; Student Nation 
Librao- Club. 



STAPLES, DENNIS S. 

Political Science. A.B Inler-Dotmilor>' Council. Freshman 
ctat Club. 

STARNES, MICHAEL H. 
Art. B.F.A.: Delta Phi Delta. President; Phi Siema Pi. I 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND LFNIVERSITIES. 

STEADMAN, RDITH C 

Home Economic's, B.S : Student National Education Associ 
urei. Home Economics Club. 

STEED. WILLIAM P. 

Histors'. B.S : Pi Karr-i Alpha. President. Intcrfraternitv Coun 



STEELE RITCHIE D. Waxhaw 

Enelish. B.S.: Buctanic. Campus Lite Editor. Organizations Editor. 

STEPHENSON. GLORIA E. Willow Springs 

Business Education. B.S.: Pi Omcpa Pi. President; Gamma Beta Phi. Secretary, 
ary of Flemming Hall; Secretary ol Collefje Union; Student 



Na 



Edu 



AND UNIVERSITIES 
.STEPHENSON. JAMES T. 

Business. B S. 

STEPHENSON. JANE P. 
Music Education. B M.; Delta Zeta. President; 
Marshal; Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Choir; Orche: 
ICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



STEPHENSfJN, SANDRA C. 

Nursing. B S.N.: Nurses Club 

STEWART, DONALD A. 

Aicounling. B S.A. 

.STEWART. JOAN G 

Education B.S . Student National E 

STEWART, THOMAS A. 

Industrial and Technical Educatio 
Education Club. 



WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 



Newport News, Va. 

or Class Treasurer. CoIIcl-c 
WHO'S WHO IN AMER. 



Angier 

Sanford 

latksons ille 



STIIH. LALRENCE A Jr 

Music. B M 
STOKES, ELLA G 

Primar)' Education. B.S,; Associ; 



Educ, 



al As. 



A,B,; Circle K Club, Indust 



for Childhood Educ. 



Greensboro 
al and Technical 



STOKES. FRANCES N, 
Business. B.S,; Pi Omega Pi 

STONE, SL'SAN A, 
Art. A B. 



Grimesland 
Durham 



SMITH, MARY F, 

Nursmi; H S N Student Nuists Association. Hislor. 


Greens llle 


SMITH. SALLY A. 

Education. B S, Student National Education Ass 
hi.od Education. 


Nashvilk• 

icialion. Association for Child- 


SMITH. SEAN F 

Primars^ Education. B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi. Stud 
tion. Student North Carolina Education Association. 


New Bern 
nt National Educati..n Ass-iia- 


SNITEMAN, STEPHEN B. 

Psychology. AB Student Government Associa 
President's Cabinet. Executive Committee; Chairm 
Homecominc Parade. Ring Committee. Reviess- Bo 
ROTC. Kappa Alpha Order. WHO'S WHO IN 

UNiVERsn irs 


Staunion. Va, 
tion. President. Vice-President, 
an of Entertainment Committee, 
ltd; Men's ludiciary. Air Force 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 


SPEIGHT, lOHN L 

History. B S" 


Greenville 


SPEIR. RAWLEY, G, 

Business, B,S A Society for the Advancement of M 


Mor.qant.in 


SPRINGS. ELANOR A 

Business Administration. B S 


Charlotte 


STAFFORD. GRACE A 

Mathematics, A R 


Greenville 




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STORTER, JEANNA L. 

PhHosophy, A.B.: Philosophy Club. Bac, 

STOTT, THOMAS C. 

Business. B.S.A.: Alohi Phi Omega. 
STRICKLAND, LINDA D. 

History and English. B.S. 



STRICKLAND. PEGGY R. 

Psychology, A.B. 

SULLIVAN, LINDA F. 



Naples, Fla. 

N.,rfolk, V,i, 

Middlesex 



Battleboro 
Selma 



tion Association. 
SUMNER, BRENDA W. 

English, B.S.: Student National Edu 



for Childhood Educatic 



SENIORS 









£M^k£^ 




iiM^Ki^ii 










SUMPTER. GUY P. 

Political Science. A.B.: J 

SURLES. HUGH S. 

Business. B.S-A ; Delta ; 

SWINDELL, THEMA K. 



Havelock 



Rocky Mount 



Ho 



B.S.: Delt; 



Club. Student National Educ, 

SWINSON. ALLEN S. 
Health and Physical Education. B.S.: Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Epsilo 
Omeg.i. Phi Epsilon Kappa. 



SYKES. PATRICIA A. 



Dudley 



SYMONS. KATHERINE M. 



for Childhood Educ, 



TART, ROSE A. 



Education, B.S.: College Union Commit 
TAYLOR. JAMES C. 

Psychology. A.B,: Psychology Club. P 

Rorr. 



Lumberton 
Team. Air Force 



Management. 



TAYLOR, WILLIAM C. 

Business. B.S.: Society for Advani 

TEAGUE. LARRY T. 

Industrial Arts, B.S.: Circle K. Industrial Arts Club. 

TEEL, BENNIE E. Greenville 

English and French. AB.; Men's Glee Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; Eji: Carolinian. 

Managing Editor. Nesis Editor; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 

AND LINIVERSITIES. 
TEER, ROBERT D 

Business. A.B.: Society For The Advancement Ol Management, 



Tarboro 



Burlington 



Durham 



TEER. WILLIAM S. 

.Psychology. A,B- 

TEMPLE, LANDON S. 
Music. B.M.E,: Theta Chi. 
Fraternity Council. 

TEMPLES, RODGER D. 



sidenl; Marching Pirates. Syi 



Durham 

Jarratt. Va. 
iphonic Band. Inter- 

Walkertown 

Greenville 



TERRELL. WILLIAM I 

Industrial and Technical Education 

TETTERTON. AUGU.STA R. 



Fdu 



B S : 



Bel. 



Phi. 



Educ: 

TEU, MARY M. 

Art and English, A B , B.S.: Student Natic 
Delta Pi; Psychology Club; Tie Rtbtt. Copy Edit 

TEW, CAROLYN A, 

French; B.S,: Alpha Xi Delta. 



Arlington, Va. 

.ssociation; Alpha 



Jamesville 



234 



THARRIKGTON, JAMES D 

Indusliijl and Technical Ediicjt...n. B S : K.ippj Alpha 

THOMAS. EDNA C. 

Pnman Educati.m. B.S : Student Xalional Education A' 

THOMAS. MARSHA L 

Art. B.S 
THOMAS, NANCY C. 

Education, B.S.: Alpha X, Delta. Ass( 
National Education Association, Women's 



THOMAS. RICHARD P. 

Geography. A B.: Gamma Thcta Upsilon. 

THOMAS. STEPHEN A. 



Busi 



ISA, 



THOMPSON, LINDA L, 

Business. B.S.: Pi Omega Pi, 

THOMPSON. WALLACE E. 

Political Science, A.B,: Theta Chi, 



; Republic.in Club 



on Associatioi 

TILLETT, ROBERT C 

Business and Ec.n .mics, B S. 

TILL,\IAN, MARY L. 

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club, 

ThMBERLAKE, MARILYN J. 

Psschologv. A.B.: Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary; Panhe 
Vs,,mcns Recreation Association; Psychology Club. 



Louishurp 

VCilliamston 

\V.l5hini;ti.n, DC. 



Arlinctcn, Va. 

New Bern 

G.ilJsh.iro 

Eastern, MJ 



Mount Olive 

Virginia Beach, Va 

W'adesboro 



Yo 



ngsv 



Pill Epsilon. Phv 



TIMBERLAKE, OTIS E. Jr 

Physical Education. B.S.: Sigr 

TINSLEY, LORA S 

Art, B.S : Women's Glee Club, Student National Educ, 
al Society of Interior Designers. 

TOLLESON, LILLIAN E, 



Secretary. Cheerleader, 



Boehomsyille, Va, 

al Education Major's Club, 

Ha\'eIock 



TOLLEY, S 



Pi, Phi Alpha Thei 



Winstc")n Salem 



Greenville 



TOMLINSON, lAMES H 

Chemistry-, A B. 

TOSTO, EDWIN E. Jr. 

Business. B S.: Young Republican Club. Kappa Sigma 

TOTTEN, BANKS T. Ir. 
Industrial and Technical "Education, B.S.: IndusI 
flub. Secretary. Epsili.n Pi Tau. Secretary. 

TONXNSEND. HENRY K. Springfield. Va. 

Economics. A.B.: Rebel. Business Manager, Managing Editor; Wesley Foundation, 
Piesident, Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Sigma Pi. 



TOWNSEND, TERR'!' D 
History. A.B.; Young Republican Club,, Men's Gle 
Boss ling League. 

TRACY, MARGARET V. 

.Music B M.: Oichestra. Choral Union. Chamber Orchesl 

TRITTT. ROBERT E. 

Mathematics. BS,: Industrial Arts Club. Mens Glee 
Phi. 



Tl'CKER. WANDA E. 

Primar>- Educalir^n. B S 

ITGWELL, JEWEL M 



ti;nstall. bettv- l. 

Library .Science. English, BS, Library r |ub. Student 



Bernardsville, N.J. 
Club. Varsiry Band, C.U. 



/abeth City 
Sigma Alpha 



Apex 




(?^ « (i^ rr. 






O P (Cj 








235 




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TURNER, HUBERT M. 

History. B.S., Mens Glee Club; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

TWITTY, TOMMY E. 

Physical Education. B.S. 

TVER, CHARLIE B. 

Political Science. A.B.: Phi Sigma Pi. 
TVER, JIM^^f H. 
Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education Major's Club. 



Ti'ER, SUE W. 

English. B.S. 

UPCHURCH. KAREN L. 

Education. B.S.: Student Natit 
UPCHURCH, LARRY B. 

Political Science. A.B.: Inter-Dormitory Cot 
UPTON, BILL L. 

Physical Education. B.S.: King Youth Fello 



al Education Ass 



Model United Nations. 



ship. Varsity Basketball. 



Mebane 

Warrenton 

Founlain 

Pinetown 



ur Oaks 
Raleigh 
Rockingh,im 



UTSEY. TINA D. 

Art. B.F.A.: Society of Interior Designers. 

VAN BUREN, PATRICIA N. 

Psychology, A.B.: Phychology Club. Sociology Club. 

VINCENT. CHARLES A. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Math Club. 
Majors Club. 

VIVERETTE, JAMES S. 
Business. A.B.: Varsity Football. Kappa Alpha. 



WADE, REBECCA S, 

Art. B.S.: Chapel Choir. \X'c 

WALD. EARL A. 



Wilmington 
Roanoke, Va. 



Greenville 
Physical Education 



Bus 



I.S.A,: 



ship. President; Inte 

WALL, CARL B. 

Industrial and Technical Education. B.S.; 

WALL. KATHERINE H. 

English. B.S.: Angel Flight. Aquanymphs 



Fayetteville 



WALTER, HARRY J. 

Business. B.S. 
WALTERS, RUSSEL R. 

Business. A.B.: Attorney General — President' 

Men's Honor Council. 
WALTON. LOUIS E. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Head Che 

WARREN. JAMES M. 



Cabir 



West Chester, Pa. 



Lewistown. Pa. 
Chairman of Student Party. 



Arlington, Va. 
Oxford 



WATERS. BETTV' L. Pinetown 

Business. B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Beta Lambda, 'Women's Judiciary, Stu- 
dent National Education Association. 

WATKINS, GARY D. 

Physical Education. B.S.: Physical Ed 

WATSON. JL'LIA G 



, A.B.: Westminster Fellowship. 
WEBBER. BRENDA G. 

Biology. B.S-: Young Democrat Club. Inter-Religion Counc 



WEBER. JOHN C. 

History. A'B, 
WEBSTER. KAREN A. 

Psychology. A.B.: Alpha Delta Pi. 

WELDON, CAROLYN C. 

Home Economics, BS,: Home Ecor 
WELLS, CARROLL L. 
Business. B.S, P.; Phi Beta Lambda. 



Durham 

Kowland 

Greenville 




Pennsanken, N,J. 

Annadale, Va. 

Lousiburg 

Semora 



'Mlk£MM 





I^Mti 



.S,: Men's Judrciart'. Air Force ROTC, 

WEST, CYNTHIA L. Grct 

Interi,.r Desicn. B.F.A.: £jj/ Carolinun, Secretary of Delia Phi Delia, 
deni nf National Society' for Interior Designeri, Judo Club. 

WEST, JENNIFER JOY K 

Home Economics. B.S.: Vice President of Delta Zcla. Vice President ol < 
Beta Phi. Home Economics Club, Student Counselor. Orientation Counselo 
dent National Education Association, Secretary of Wesley Foundation. Bu^ 
staff. 



WEST, MICHAEL LEE 

Psycholoev, AB- Transfer Student from Wilmir 

Club 
WESTBROOK, OLIVER M. 

Business Adminislralion. B.S.A. 
WHALEY. TIMOTHY J. 

Industrial Techno!, iRV. B.S ■ Mens Glee Club, Indu: 



GrcenMlle 
gton College. N.C; PsycholoRy 



^J^■HEELER. ANNE C. 
English. B.S: Young Democrats Club. 
Sisma Tju Delta- 

WHEELER, FRANCES G. 

Primary Education. B.S : Student National 
Childhood Education. 



SENIORS 






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WHEELER. JAMES C. 



WHITE. JOSEPH L. 



WHITEHURST. BETTY R. 

Nursing. B.S.N ; Student Nurses 



WHITEHURST. lONATHAN 



of Lambda Chi Alpha 



WHITEMAN, ANNIE LAURA 
Primary Educalion, B.S.: Secretary of 
sncation for Childhood Education. Studc 
Bila Phi. 


Women s 
:nl Nationa 


Ecienlon 

Hall. Student Counselor. As- 
1 Education Association. Gamma 


WHITESELL, PRISCILLA 

Elementary Education. B S : National Edi 


icalion Asss 


Whitsett 


WHITLEY, MARGARET E. 

Home Economics. B.S.: Home Economics 


Club, 


Como 


WILCOX, DAVID E. 

Physical Education, B S Wrestling Tean 




Dcnpi,uli. Va. 


WILKINSON, MARGOT A, 

Art, B.F.A.: Delta Phi Delta. Vice Presic 


lent. 


Durh.im 


WILLIAMS, ALICE S, 

Ceramics. B F A ■ Delia Phi Delia. A.|ua 


Nymphs. 


H.irtstiiwn. Pa, 


WILLIAMS. DAVID E, 

English. B.S. 




Mtrritt 


WILLIAMS, DUDLEY B Jr. 

Business Adminisl,jli.,n. H S 




Oxford 


WILLIAMS. EMMA G. 

French, B.S.: Student National Education 


Assotialior 


Ncss' Bern 


WILLIAMS, JANET D. 

Primary Education. BS Assn,,jii.,n 1 
Educali'on Association. 


or Chihlho 


Hij;hl.ma Sprin,u5. Va. 

.od Fducalion. Sludcol National 


WILLIAMS, ROMMA G. 

Nursing. B S N ■ Shideol Nursing Assoc, 


anon 


M.mnt Olive 



SENIORS 



WILLIAMS, RUTH A 

Business, B.S.: Sociery fn 
Youth Fellowship. 

WILLIS, EVERETT G. 

Mathematics, A.B.: Ga 
WILLS, NANCY S. 




WINDHAM, MARCIA 

Biology. A.B,: Chi Beta Ph 

WINDLEY, LOUISA A 



WRIGHT, DAN H. 




WOOTEN, TIMOTHY M. 

Political Science, A.B.; Air Force ROTC. 

WORTHINGTON, CHARLOTTE 
Nursinc. B.SN,: Student Nurses Association, Seen 
IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

WRENN, MARY I. 

imics, B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi. Hor 
Glee Club. 

WRIGHT, CARYOL A. 
English, Philosophy A,B.: Philosophy Club, Rebel. 



Greenville 
ir,; President: WHO'S WHO 



Lynchburg, Va. 



WRIGHT, LINDA L. 
English, B.S.: Free Will 

National Education Associ 



Greenville 
S.A.: Pi Kappa Alpha, President. 

Clinton 
ptist Youth Fellowship; Sigma Tau Delta, His- 
Altcrnate College Marshal, 

Williamsburg, Va. 



ton an; Studei 

YEZIERSKI, JULIE A. 

Business. B.S.: Women's Chorus, Nurses Club, 

YOPP, SARAH A. Charlotte 

Education B,S.: Alpha Delta Pi, 'Vice-President; SGA— Secretary, Legislator, Presi- 
dent's Cabinet, Executive Council; East Carolinian. Sophomore Class Secretary; 
Model UN Secretariat: WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 

YOUNG, REBEKAH, A. Farmville 

Business Education, B.S. 
YOUNG, VIRGINIA L. Charlotte 

Nursing. B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association. 

ZEPUL, ANITA J. Annadale, Va. 

Business, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman, Chap- 
lain; Eji: Carolinian. Greek Editor; SGA Legislator; Biie- 



ZIBELIN, SANDRA I. 

Art, B.S. National Society for Interi 
Carolina Education Association. 

ZICKLER, SANDRA C. 
Business Administration. A.B.: Gamma : 
ins League. 



Wallace 
Designers, North 



Class of 1968 








Martin Lassiter, President; Cathy Bateman. Treasurer; Judith Joyner. Secretary, Bill Dr^den. Vice-President. 




Sincere juniors reached the half-way mark. They were eager for the final lap 
of their college careers at the New East Carolina College. Life plans began to 
take shape. Feelings of inadequaq' passed. Success brought both excitement and 
pangs of sorrow. For college life, much too short, passed quickly. Next year 
will be their last year to witness the growth of their alma mater. 




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ABESSINIO, GINO M. 
ABEVOUNIS. MARGUERITE 
ADAMEE, BILLIE J. 
ADAMS. DANA K. 
ADAMS. DOUGLAS L. 



Wilmington, Del. 

Washington 

Charlolte 

Greensboro 

Springfield. Va 












ADAMS, GALE E, 
ADAMS, LINDA J. 
ADCOCK, ALPHA W. JR 
ALLEN. BETS\' A, 
ALLEN, MARGARET M. 



ALLIGOOD. ALICE R. 
ALLIGOOD, LINDON L. 
ALLIGOOD. MIRIAM L. 
ALLRED. CHARLES S. 
ALPHIN. EVA M. 



ANDERSON. ELIZABETH 
ANDERSON. HILDEGARDE 
ANDERSON. RICHARD E 
ANDERSON, SUSAN 
ANDREWS, IDA C. 



APPLEBY, DONALD I. 
APPLEWHITE, WALTER B 
ARCAND. ANDRE T 
ARMSTRONG, BETTY S. 
ARNETTE. DIANNE L. 



Pantego 

Greenville 

Lillington 

Earmville 

Maxton 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Asheboro 

Mount Olive 



Enfield 

Ridge. N.J. 

Tarboro 

Wilmington 

Hampton 



Trenton 

Fayetteville 

Springfield, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Alexandria, Va. 



JOHNNY MATHIS HEADS SPRING ENTERTAINMENT. 



AUSTIN, ANDREW Y. 

Waynesboro, Va 
AUSTIN. GWENDOLYN I. 

Winston-Salem 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM H. JR. 

Hatteras 
AVENT. BEVERLY J. Whitakers 

BACH. WAY'NE M. Arlington, Va. 
BAILEY. STEVE C, Kendall Park, N,J, 



BAKER, BETT^' L Rocky Mount 

BAKER, HOMER T, Charlotte 

BAKER. LARRY T. Colerain 

BAKER REGINALD F, Hertford 

BAKER, SUSAN C. Arlington. Va. 

BALKCUM, JLIDY C Garland 



BARBEE, JUANITA B. 
BARBOUR. BEVERLY E. 
BARBOUR. DENNIS R. 
BARBOUR. DIANE H. 
BARNES. ELIZABETH A 
BARNES, JUDITH A. 



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Raleigh 
Benson 
jdenboro 
W.lson 









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BARNES, PAUIETTE M. 

Roanoke RapiJs 
BARNEIT, BRUCE W. Ramsej-, N I. 
BARNETT. KAV A. Arlinmon. Va 
BARNETTE. PATRICIA D 

Richmond, Va, 
BARNHILL, RO'i' L Burijaw 

BARRINGTON, THOMAS L 

Gnmc-slanJ 



HARROW, REBECCA A 
BARWICK, I.'i-NN P 
BASS, DAVID A 
BASS, PATRICIA i\I 
BASS, REBECCA H 
BASSFORD, ANNA M 



Sno 



Hill 



Se\en Springs 

Seaboard 

Salemburp 

Charlotte 

Alexandria, Va. 



BATEMAN, JUDY D. Jacksonville 

BATEMAN. KATHRYN L 

Greensboro 
BATES, FREDERICK S. Tampa, Fla. 
BATES, MARGARET C 

Gloucester, Va. 
BATTISTO, MARY N 

Hyattsville. Mo, 
BEAMAN, MARGARET A. Dudley 



JUNIORS 



BEAMAX, MARSHA H. Wilson 

BEASLEY, SAMUEL E, Louisburg 

BEATTY, STUART A. Arhncton, Va. 
BECTON, HUGH G ^Kinston 

BEET^', GILBERT T 

Toms River. N J. 
BELL, DORIS A Pil..t Mountain 



BENNETT, PATRICIA S 

London, Eng 
BENTON, BONNIE B Belvidere 

BENTON, STEPHEN B 

Arlinmon, Va 
BERG, RONNIE J, Alexandria, Va. 
BERRY, CAROL'i'N P Clarkton 

BILBRO, JAMES B. Greensboro 



BISSETIE, CHARLES B Greenville 
BLACK, HARRY B. McLean, Va 

IJLACKBURN, JAMES W, 

Winston-Salem 
BLACKBURN, WALTER NX' Fuquay 
BLACKLEY, ANNE L. Frankhnton 
BLACKLEY. LYDIA C, Farmville 



BLANCHARD, ALBERT C. 



Fai: 



BLAND, IRA T 
BLICK, BARR1' A 
BLUE, lOHN W. 
BOAZ, DOLORES 
BOBBITT, NANCY B. 



Church, Va. 

Wallace 

Ralemh 

ichmond, Va. 

Fairmont 

Henders<^.n 



BOHMULLER, FREDERICK 

BONNEVIE, ROSE.MARY 
BOSTIC, SANDRA i\L 
BOTTOMS, FRANCES O 
BOTTOMS, FRIEDA R 
BOUT>X'ELL, CONNIE E 



Newport 
Charlotte 
Ahuskie 
Elm City 
Charlotte 
Goldsboro 





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BOWDEN, BEVERLY J. 
BOWDEN, BONITA D. 
BOWLES, LINDA J. 
BOWMAN, JERRY L. 



BOYD. JANICE M. 
BO'iT), ROBERT H. 
BOYETTE, CLEON 1 
BOYETTE, EDDY L. 



BOYETTE, lANET R. 
BOYLES. IRA W. 
BRADFORD. JUDITH L. 
BRANCH, MARY R. 



High Point 

Butnei 

Newport News, Va, 

Hickon- 



Goldsboro 

Pinetown 

Kenly 

Lucdma 



Zebulon 

Rural Hall 

Columbia. S.C. 

Elizabeth City 




JUNIORS 





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BRANDON, DENNECIA L. 
BREARY, JONATHAN L. 
BRAY, Ll'C'i' S. 
BREEDLOVE. IRVIN P. JR. 
BRICKHOUSE. LORETTA M. 



BRIDGERS, JOAN A. 
BRIDGES. DAVID A. 
BRIGHT. DANN^i' L. 
BRINKLEY, ANNE C. 
BRINSON. JAMES W. 



BRITE. FRANCES L. 
BRITT, JANIS D. 
BRITT. MARY S. 
BRITT. SANDRA L. 
BROCK, EDITH M. 



BROCK. RONALD O. 
BROOKS. BENIAMIN L. 
BROWN. BRENDA S. 
BROWN, DANNY L. 
BROWN. DOROTHY J. 



BROWN. JESSIE D, 
BROWN. JUSTIN L. Ill 
BROWN. PATRICIA A. 
BROWN. THOMAS E. 
BRYANT, KENNETH S. 



Winston-Salem 

Newport 

Elizabeth City 

Durham 

Harbinger 



Durham 

Cherr>' Point 

Burlington 

Henderson 

Fayetteville 



Elizabeth City 

Stanley 

Clinton 

Fayetteville 

Raeford 



Goldsboro 
Harkers Island 



Teachey 
Greenville 



New Bern 

Hillsborough 

Annandale, Va. 

Green\ille 

Greenville 



242 



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EJALUATE READINESS FOR VNIJ ERSITY STATUS. 







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BUCK, REBECCA S Greenville 

BULLA, LINDA R, Gwhjm 

BULLARD. MARY A, H..re Mills 
BULLOCK. BRENDA L 

Richmond. Va. 

BUNCH, JOHN N. Edenton 

BLINTING, ANNIE L. Greenville 



BURAW'SKI, WILLIAM H. 

Wilmintgi.n, Del. 
BURNETTE, DIANA D. New Bern 
BURNEV, KATHERINE J. Clarklon 
BURRIS, PAMELA Albemarle 

BYERLY, RONALD B. Charlotte 

B^-RD, FRANKLIN D Fayetteville 



B'.-RUM. HO^X'ARD M Greenville 

BYRl'M. WILLIE C Corapeake 

CAIN. RONALD N, Aliamahaw 

CALLICUTT, CHARLES D 

Huntersville 
CALLIS, LORRAINE. H 



CAMERON. CELIA A, 



Hampto 



Broadway 



oke Rapids 



CAMERON, MARY L, Ro, 
CAMPBELL, EARNEST F. 

Williamson, W. Va 
CAMPBELL, HOWARD E Greensboro 
CANADY, MONA L, Richlands 

CANNON, EVELYN P. 

St. Autustinc. Fla 
CARD. ADELE R New Bern 



CARMICHAEL, BEVERLY S 

Rocky Mount 
CARPENTER. MICHAEL R 

Greenville 
CARRAWAY, DORA J Snow Hill 

CARSON. JOHN F Greenville 

CARTER. BEVERLY I Midway Park 
CARTER. DONALD L, Fayetteville 



CARTER. PATRICIA A Shallntte 

CARTER. WILLIAM C Norlina 

CARWILE, MAR")' H Kinston 

CART^X•RIGHT. MARTHA E 

Elizabeth City 
CASHWELL. JOHN C Aulr>ville 

CAULEY, WILLIAM D New Bern 



CANANAUGH. ANNETTE W. 

Richlands 

cavenai;gh. linda r 

Chinquapin 
CAVENDISH, MICHAEL E. 

Greenville 
CHAMBERS, DIANA L. Jacksonville 
CHANDLER, ANNE E. Rocky Mount 
CHANDLER, LYNN B Wallace 















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CHAPAtAN, JANE W. LaPlata, Mo. 
CHAPPELL, BERTIE S. Reidsville 

CHAPPELL, CLAUDIA J. 

Elizabeth City 
CHARRON, RAYMOND B. 

Laurel Bay, S.C. 
CHERRY. DONNA L. Washington 
CHESHIRE, NANCY L. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



CHILDERS, JOHN S. Elizabeth City 
CHITTY, THOMAS G. Ahoskie 

CLAMP, JLILIE C. Salisbury 

CLARK, BURKE F. Richmond, Va. 
CLARK, CAROL J. Alexandria, Va. 
CLINE, LINELLE L. Kannapolis 



COBB, JAMES R. 


Windsor 


COBB, MELVIN R. 


Merry Hill 


COBB, WILLIAM R. 


Rocky Mount 


COBLE, JULIA L, 


Fayetteville 


COCHRAN, WILUAM C. 




Rocky Mount 


COGGINS, CANDACE C. 


Newport News, Va. 


COLE, PATRICIA V 


Reidsville 


COMER, LINDA L. 


Carthage 


COMER, LOIS M. 


Biscoe 


CONAWAY, RICHARD E. 




Arlington, Va. 


CONNELL, DANIEL R. 


Raleigh 


CONNELLY, JOHN M. 






Richmond, Va. 



JUNIORS 



CONRAD, DAVID P. 
COOKE, ELIZABETH W. 
COOTES, CAROLYN C 
CORAM, MARY L. 
CORRELL, EDWARD L 



CORDELL, ALBERT O 
GOTTEN, VISTA K. 
COURTNEY, BENJAMIN H. 
COWARD, JULIA W, 
COX, CHARLES N. 



COX, JANE M 
COX, JIMMY R 
COX, SUE L 
COX, WESLEY D 
COYLE, MARCIA L. 



CRAMER, JUDITH F. 
CRAVEN, TONY F. 
CRAWLEY, BARBARA S. 
CREECH, FRANCES C 
CREECH, JUDITH A. 



Greensboro 

Nashville 

Strasburg, Va. 

Booneville 

Newport News, Va. 



Greenville, S.C. 

Chesapeake, Va. 

Williamston 

Grifton 

Charlotte 



New Bern 

Garrett, Ky. 

Richlands 

Cove City 

Charlotte 



Greenville 

Eagle Springs 

Littleton 

Goldsboro 

Kinston 





CROSS. SHARON L. - Roanoke. Va, 
GROUSE. PEGGV J. Winston Salem 
CROWLEY. LINDA L Lakeland. Fla, 
CROV. GERRALD W Wilson 

Cl'LLEV. DAVID N. Crumpton. Md. 



CUMMINGS, ZEB C 
CURRIN. PERCY T. 
CUTLER. LINDA A. 
DALTON, ROGER D 
DALEY, NORMA L 



DAMREN. DOUGLAS 
DANIEL. JAMES W 
DANIEL, LINDA A 
DANIEL, SHIRLEY > 
DANIELS, MAR'i' B, 



Tarboro 

Fayetteville 

Elizabeth City 

Greensboro 

Clayton 



Beaufort 
lenderson 



Roxboro 
Asheville 







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DAUGHTRIDGE, lOHN D 
DAUGHTRY, ELLEN E. 
DAVIS, DIANE W. 
DAVIS. DORIS A, 
DAVIS, EMERY T. 



DAVIS. FRANCES E. 
DAVIS. HATTIE R, 
DAVIS. JEFFREY C, 
DEAL, FIARVIE A 
DEANS, DONNA S. 



DEBRL'HL, DONNA K. 
DEE1Z, JEAN A 
DELPRIORE, PETER A 
DENTON, MARTHA C 
DEVIDO, GREGORY J. 



DKKERMAN, KATHLEEN 
DIDAY, ROBERT H. 
DILLON, CONNIE R 
DIXON, MARY M 
DIXON, WILLIAM R 



DORMAN, LARRY W 
DOUGH. WILLIAM M 
DOl'GHTIE. JOAN L 
DOUGLAS, JOHN V 
DOZIER. AGNES F 



Rocky Mount 

Smiihf.eld 

Morehead City 

Whiteiille 

Roanoke Rapids 



Belha^en 

Fremont 

Raleigh 

Winston Salem 

FlushinK, NY, 



Kinston 

Waukeijan, III, 

Norfolk, Va. 

Louisburt; 

Milltown. N J, 



Wlllou.^hby, Ohio 



Reidsville 
Murfreesboro 



Rjlei,i;h 

ill DcmI Hills 

Holland, Va. 

Wade'.boro 

Powells Pomt 



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DRAKE, NANCY J. 
DRAKE, RICHARD E. 
DRAPER, BRENDA G. 
DREBLOW, PATRICIA A. 
DRVDEN, WILLIAM C, 



DRYE, BARBARA L, 
DUDLEY, lUDY L. 
DUDLY, WILLIAM L. 
DUKE, lOEL T. 
DUNN, JUDITH C. 



Dl:NN, NANCY G. 
DUTTON, DOUGLAS M. 
EA.STWOOD, WILLIAM D. 
EBBE1T, lANIS E 
EDWARDS, CAROLYN M. 



EDWARDS, lERRY R. 
EDWARDS, REBECCA W. 
ELAM, TONI R. 
ELAM, WILLIAM H. 
ELLIOTT, LINDA C. 



ELLIOTT, NANCY D. 
ELLIOTT, PHILLIP C, 
ELLIOTT. ROBERT H. 
ELLIOTT, SHARON L. 
ELMORE, BRENDA D. 



Burlington 

Hendersonville 

Suffolk, Va. 

Gainesville, Fla. 

Pocomokc, Md. 



Oakboro 
Swansboro 

Washington 
Henderson 

Macclesfield 



Eountain 

Roanoke, Va. 

Marshviile 



Kenly 

Burlington 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

Charlotte 

Carthage 



Danville, Va. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Union Level, Va. 

Raleigh 

Nashville 



JUNIORS 



ELMORE, WILLIAM E 
ENGLISH, DONNA L. 
ERVIN. FAYE J, 
ESTEP, PAUL J 
EUBANK, PATSY L, 



EVANS, CAROLYN R. 
EVANS, DANIEL V 
EVANS, DONALD E. 
EVANS, PATSY G. 
EVERETT, JANE E. 



EVERETT, WILLIAM C 
EVERETTE, HELEN E. 
EVERETTE, MILDRED F 
EVERETTE, RITA A. 
EVITT, WILLIAM C. 



Kinston 

Ashtabula, Ohio 

Kannapolis 

Fairfax, Va. 

Mays\'ille 



Durham 

Vienna, Va. 

Green\ille 

Clarkton 

Sneads Ferry 



Ayden 

Kinston 

Macclesfield 

Washington 

Richmond, Va. 




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EWAYS. KAMAI P Greensboro 

FARELL. IL'D^' E Fayeiteville 

FARMER. ROLAND Morehead Cit>- 
FARRELL. DONALD I Winston-Salem 
EAL"LKNER, ALICE M. Kinston 

FAULKNER, MERCER M- Kinston 



FEIMSTER. LARR'I' D. Greenville 
FERGLSON. DANNY T Winston 

Salem 
FESPERMAN, RLIA A Albemarle 

FINCHER, BENHAMIN E. Charlotte 
FLETCHER. lAMES C Naijs Head 
FLOWE. REBECCA K China Grove 



FLOWERS. PAGCi' A, Clayton 

FORBES, WILLIAM S, Chocowinity 
FOREHAND. lACK C South Mills 
FORNASH. STEVEN R. 

Richmond. Va. 
FORREST, HAYWOOD E, Kinston 
FORSYTHE, GLORIA I Franklinton 



FOSTER. lAMES B. Adiance 

FOSTER, RICHARD W RithmonJ. Va, 
FOSTER, STEPHEN C 



FOUSHEE, SHIRLEY L, 
FOLSHEE. SYLVIA G 
FOX. MINNIE S. 



Durham 
Durham 
Mebane 



FRASER, LEE C 



Greenville, SC 



FREEMAN, MARlL"i'NNE M 

Ham 
FREEMAN, SHEILA L. 
FL'LGHUM, TANET L. 
FL'LGHUM, NANCY G, 
FLLTON. NORMA J. 



Va 

Castalia 

Kenley 

Wilson 

Pinnacle 



FL'SSELL ROBIN L. Winterville 

PrTRELL, FRANCES E, Four Oaks 
GADDY, GARY L. Henderson 

GALL, IL'DITH A. Lewisbur.i;, W. Va 
GAMBEE, ANNA V. Newton 

GAM.MON, FLORA M Green\ille 



CANS, BARRY F. Norfolk, Va. 
GARD. BETTIE W. Elizabeth City 



GARDNER. VIVIAN A- 
GARNER. JERRY W, 
GARNER, LLLA K, 
GARRETT, SANDRA F 



Cycle 

Stima 

Hamlet 

Elizabeth City 



GARRIS. WILLIAM R, Green-, ille 
GIBBS. MILDRED J. 

Stanardsville. Va 
GIBSON, JOHN W. 

Stevensville, Md, 
GILL, BARBARA J. Elizabeth City 
GIMBERT, JOHN W. 

Virginia Beach. Va 
GIRVIN. ETHEL C Durham 




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GLASS, MILTON, A. 

Hopewell, Va. 

GLOVER, DONNA L Gary 

GLOVER, lULIA D. Wilson 

GODFREY, SARAH A, Arlington, Va. 

GOINGS, lANIE S. Mount Airy 

GOINS, ERED T. Jr. Mount Airy 



GOLDFARB. MARTIN J. Greensboro 
GOLDING, DIANNE Toast 

GOLDSTON, MILDRED A. Goldston 
GODDEN, PATRICIA A. 

LaPuente, Calif. 
GOODWIN, JUDITH G. 

Morehead Gty 
GOODWIN, THOMAS H. Durham 

GORDON, MICHAEL D. Greenville 
GORGES. VIRGINIA L. Deaufort 

GOTTSCHALK, VIRGINIA 

Jacksonville 
GRAHAM, MITCHELL G. 

Fayetteville 
GRAVATT, WILLIAM N. 

Burkville, Va. 
GREEN, DAVID M. Jr. 

Mountain Lakes, N,J. 



GREEN, LINDA L. 
GREEN. JOAN C. 
GREEN. RONALD C. 
GREER. ELLEN M. 
GREGORY. MARY B. 
GRIMES, KATHY Q. 



Petersburg, Va. 

Hertford 

Charlotte 

Whitexille 

Lucama 

Cooleemee 



GRUBE. KAREN D. Alexandria, Va. 
GUNN, MARY L. Reidsville 
GUPTON, MILTON C. Henderson 
GURGANUS, PATSY J. Bethel 
GURLEY. TONY K. Goldsboro 
HAILEY, ROBERT E, Bennettsville 


HALES. MARY A. 
HALL, ROBERT H. 
HALL. THELMA E. 
HALLIBURTON, JEAN 1 

HANCHEY, SANDRA L. 

HANDLON, JAMES W, 


Fremont 

Angler 

Hickory 

L. 

Arlington, Va 

Jacksonville 
Greensboro 


HANNER, DAVID C. 
HANSEN, LINDA M. 
HARDISON, JO L. 
HARDY, DONNA B. 
HARDY, HERMAN A. 
HARE. JAMES D. 


Charlotte 

Arlington, Va. 

Grifton 

Lewiston 

Kinston 

Faison 










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HARMON, GERALD K Bessemer City 

HARPER. CHARLES M. Greensbun. 

HARRELL. BENNETT M Gnldsboro 

HARRLS, HANN E Kannapolis 

HARRIS. ROBERT J. Washington 



HARRISON. MARTHA S Lcxinj;ion. Ky. 

HARRLSON, RONALD G Trenton 

HARRISS. ]UDV C Southern Pines 

HARTSOOk, RONALD L Greenshoro 



HAYMES. SANDY S. 



Chjtha 



Va. 



HAYNES, MARY C Gastonia 

HEARNE. SARA L, Biscoe 

HEDGEPETH. DETRA S. Eure 

HEILBKONER. BARBARA C 
HELMS. CHARLES D. Jackson, Miss. 



JUNIORS 





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HELMS, MILDRED E. 


State! 


.xille 


HENDRICKS. MARJORY J 


1. 




Rehoboth Beach, 


Del 


HEPLER, SHIRLEY A. 


Ral 


leigh 


HERING, PERMELIA C. 






Delray Beach, 


Fla. 


HERNDON. SHERRON L. 








Maccles 


field 


HEW'ETT. LESLIE W, Jr. 


f 


■ords 


HEY^'ARD. KATHERINE E. 




Mount Pleasant. 


SC. 


HIATT. ANN R Falls 


Church 


. Va 


HICKMAN, SAML-EL G Ji 








States 


.ville 


HICKS, ROYAL T 


Gastonia 


HILL. lOEL T, 


Kannai 


polis 


HILL. LINDA M 


W'llmin 


.mon 


HILL. LINDA M 


Am( 


iskie 


HILL. MICHAEL T. 


C.Hl 


Kiver 


HILI.IARD. NANCY F. 


Gr.i 


:ham 


HILZ, lOHN F. Plai 


nv.ew. N.Y. 


HINES; SAMUEL S. Ri. 


.IimonJ, 


Va. 


HINTON. YVONNE J. 


Kir 


]Ston 


HITCHCOCK. lANICE B. 


Char 


lolte 


HODGE. RUTH A. 


High Point 


HODGSON, HILDA SUE 






W 


insl.in-S, 


.ilem 


HOFLER. BERNICE R, 


Hobhs 


^ille 


HOGG. DONALD G, 


Chat 


ham 


HOLDER, REBECCA M. 


Ga 


rner 


HOLLAND. FRANf Fs | 


Kit 




HOLLAND. STEVIiN P 


K.r 




HOLLOMAN. JOSFPH I 


Ah. 


.skiC 


HOLLOWA^-, ROBERT 1-; 






S, 


.ihshury. 


M.I 


HOLT. LAWRENCE D. 


Ral 


!ci,i;h 


HOf)KFR. L'l-NDA L 








HOOPER, DIANA E. 
HOPEW'ELI., GLORIA J. 
HORNER, GERALD L. 
HORNER, lANICE A. 
HOSKINS, LOUISE C. 



Thomasville 

Goldsboro 

Rocky Mount 

Fayette\ille 

Williamston 



HOUSE, JOANNE 
HOUSER, HILDA G. 
HOWARD, BENJAMIN F. 
HOWELL, JU'DITH A. 



Wilson 

Dallas 

Washington 

Apex 



HOWERTON, BETSY G. 
HOWIE, MEREDITH A. 
HOWITT, ROBERT B. 



Roxboro 

Charlotte 

NorthviUe, N.Y. 



JUNIORS 



HOWLAND, MARY V, 
HUDSON, STEVE W. 
HUEY, ■WTLLIAM L 
HUFF, ERNEST Y. 
HUGHES, NETTIE S, 



HUMMEL. MARCY L. 
HUNT. WILLIAM E. 
HUNTER, MAR^I' B. 
HUNTER, WILLIAM J. 
HURLEY, RALPH N. 



lACONA, CHARLES J. 
IRONS. GAY 
ISNER, ROBERT B. 
JACOBS, BETTY E, 
JACOBUS, JAMES I 



JAMES, HARRIET H. 
JAMES, NANCY E, 
JARMAN. PATRICIA A. 
JAYROE. DONALD W. 
JENKINS. HARRY E. 



JENNING, DAVID H. 
JENRETTE. BRENDA C 
JESSUP. FRANCES S. 
JILCOIT. iMARGARET T. 
JOHNSON, CAROL D. 



Kinii George, Va. 

Hickory 

Burlington 

Green\ille 

Chadbourn 



Rochester, NY. 

Rerdsville 

Beulaville 

Winston-Salem 

Wheaton, Md. 



Brooklyn, N.Y. 

McLean, Va. 

Boiling Spring 

Elizabeth City 

Verona. N.J. 



Concord 

Sunbury 

Jacksonville 

Morehead City 

Wadesboro 



Madison Heights, Va, 

Tabor City 

Bennett 

Roxobel 

Vienna, Va. 




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JOHNSON. CATHERINE I. 
JOHNSON, CULLEN O. 
JOHNSON, JANICE R. 
JOHNSON, lOSEPH W, 
JOHNSON, LVNN M. 



lOHNSON. PATSY A 

Johnson, steven 
■johnston, julie 
jones, bettie t. 
jones, carole l, 



)ONES, CERES'!' K. 
■[ONES, CORA D 
JONES, DONALD G. 
lONES. lANE P. 
JONES, LAL:RIE A. 



JONES, LINDA L. 
JONES. LINDSAY E. 
JONES, LYNNE H 
JONES. MAR'i' L. 
JONES. MILLARD B, 



JONES. MONA B. 
"lONES. PATRICIA A 
■jOYNER. DORIS 
lOYNER. DOROTHY J 
JOYNER. lANE L. 



lO'i'NER. JUDITH A. 
KATSIAS. CLARA 
KA"!'. BEVERLI' A 
KEATING. CAMILLA E, 
KEEL. Run;s V. 



KEETER, KERMIT K. 
KEETER, SIDNEY G. 
KEEVER. JL!DITH A, 
KEMP. DONALD R, 
KENDRICK, NANCY L. 



KENNEDY. LINDA K 
KENNEDY. RICHARD B. 
KENNTNGTON. SAMUEL R, 
KETCHAM. RONALD R. 
KIDD. HAROLD I. 



VjIc 
J. V.i. 
Dunn 

1, N J. 



Eorcsi City 

FjII Church. Va. 

Nashville 

Snow Hill 

Hickory 



Fuquay-V.irina 

Elizabeth City 

Pantego 

Oak City 

Jacksonville 



Willuim 

Washipi 

Arlini4ton. 



Clinton 

Elizabeth City 

Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount 

Greenville 



Virginia Be 
Virginia Be.i 



Shelby 



Shelby 

GolJsboro 

Hickory 

Greensboro 

Gtmp Lejeune 



Pink Hill 

Pfafftovi'n 

Roxboro 

Jacksonville 

Slier City 



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KILLGO, JAMES L 
KING. ALICE R 
KING. ANN L, 
KING, THOMAS H 
KING. WALTER C 


High Point 

Norlina 

Warrenton 

Amoskie 

Bessemer City 


KINLAW, LINDA P. 
KINNEV. KENNETH B 
KLEIN, MARTHA D, 
KLEMP. KARLEEN 
KLUTTZ, SUSAN C. 


St. Pauls 

Greensboro 

Kenly 

Annandale, Va. 

Durham 


KNIGHT. lOAN A 
KNOWLES. GLENDA E. 
KOEHLER. ROBERT A. 
KOLACZ. MARY K. 
KOONCE, WILLIAM J. 


Greenville 

Mount Olive 

Kinston 

Washington 

Greenville 


KRAMER. JANINE A. 
KL'HN, NANCY L. 
LACEY, ROBBIN S 
LAMM, FRANCES A. 
LAMPARTER, DENIS L. 


Raleigh 

Shippensburg, Pa. 

Jacksonville 

Green\ille 

Manheim, Pa. 


LANDIS, GALE L. 
LANDSPERGER. WALTER J. 
LANE. ELIZABETH A. 
LANE. REBECCA L, 
LANE. WALTER M. 


New Bern 
Greensboro 

Kmston 
Snow Hill 

Fremont 



JUNIORS 



LANSCHE, SARAH E. 
LARSON, PATRICIA A. 
LASATER, REBECCA D 
LASSITER, GLENN M. 
LASSITER. NANCY K, 



Bridgeton 

Fort Bragg 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Boykins, 



LAUGHTER, LAURA L. Smithfield 



LAUMANN. JAMES T. Jacksonville 
LAW, JERRY DALE Greenville 

LAWRENCE, EDWARD W. 

Rockingham 
LAWSON, JOHN B. West Jefferson 
LAWSON, NANCY R. Durham 

LEBLANC, JANE H. Scituate, Mass. 



LEBLOND, RANDALL P. Swansboro 
LEE, ANDREA J. Smithfield 

LEE. JUDY L. New Bern 

LEE, MARILYN Richmond. Va. 

LEE. SANDRA J, Richlands 

LEGGETT, CAROLYN J. Pinctnwn 




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LEGGETT. 'WILLIAM R. 
LEONARD, DIANE C. 
LEWIS, LAWRENCE H 


Kinston 

Lexinstun 

Poughkctpsie, NY. 


LEWIS, SARA C. 
LEWIS, SUSAN T. 
LILLY, SAMUEL B. 


Grifton 
Abinpton, Pa. 

Newport 


LINDSEY, WILLIAM H. 
LIPSCOMB, ERNEST G. 
LITTLE, DONALD P. 


Fayetteville 

Angier 

Capron, Va. 



LITTLEPAGE, BERNARD D 

Hampton. Va. 
LOGEMANN, ERNEST V 

Rapidan, Va. 
LONG, CLAYTON S, Annandale, Va. 
LONG, EMILY F, Edenton 

LONGO, PAMILA C, Mount Olive 
LORENZ, PATRICIA A W.se 



LOSEE, CAROL A 
LOVE, MARY D 
LOVE, NINA G. 
LOWE, JANET H. W.U 
L'i'DA, ELIZABETH L 
MAGGIOLO, JUDITH S 



Falls Church, Va. 

Concord 

Merr)- Hill 

nsburg, Va. 

AsheviUe 

Newport 



MALLARD, HARRY C. P.illocksville 
MANNING, CAROL L. Bethel 

MARLEY. STEVEN A. Lexington 

MARSHALL, INA K. Burlington 

MARSHBANKS, CARL W, Charlotte 
MARSHBURN, ROBERT A. 

Rocky Mount 



MARTIN, JAMES A Raleigh 

MARTIN, WILLIAM N. Washington 
MASON, ELLEN D Washington 

MASSENGILL. SLISAN H 

Elizabeth City 
MASSEY, JOAN M. Pleasant Hili 

MATTESON. GI 'Y Hampton, Va. 



MAULTSBY, ANNA C. 
MAURICE, STEWARD D 



MAXWELL, ELKE B 
MCCABE, ALICE I 
MCCAFFREY, DAVID L. 

Wiirr 
MCCANDLESS, BETTY D, 



Aiken, S.C. 

Greenville 

Franklin 







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MCCLUSKEY, PHYLLIS D. 

Greensboro 
MCCOMBS, MARVIN W. StatesviUe 
MCCOMBS, NEALE R. Kannapolis 

MCCOWN, ROBERT W. 

Roanoke, Va. 
MCCRACKEN, JAMES A. Asheville 
MCGRAW, MONTE E. Hopewell, Va. 

MCCULLEN, ANNIE R. Clinton 

MCDONALD, GERALD T. 

Mount Airy 
MCDUFFIE, HEIDI M. Princeton 

MCGRATH, MARK J. Lowell, Mass. 
MCINERNEY, ROBERT J. Somerville 
MCLAURIN, BRENDA I. Goldsboro 



MCINNIS, REBECCA L. Sanford 

MCLAMB, HARRY C. Newton Grove 
MCKEEL, SHERYL A. Graham 

MCLEAN, DORIS F. Hampton, Va. 
MCLEAN, RONALD M. Greenville 
MCLEMORE, BRENDA K. Roseboro 



MCNEILL, WILLIAM D. Washington 
MCRAE, FLORA A. Rowland 

MEADOWS, PAMELA R. Kinston 

MEARES, JOHN K. Roanoke Rapids 
MEGINNIS, SYLVIA J. Rockingham 
MERRILL, JAMES F. Greenville 



MERRILL, KENNETH A. Beaufort 
MERRITT, LINDA E. Wake Forest 
iMETZGAR, HOWARD P. 

Newton, N.J. 
MEWBORN, DOUGLAS E. Goldsboro 
MILLER, BOBBYE A. BeaulaviUe 

MILLER, DONALD C. WinstonSalem 



JUNIORS 



MILLER, JANICE R. 
MILLER, MARY L. 
MILLS, BARBARA J. 
MILLS, BRENDA G. 
MINTON. CHARLES E. 
MINTZ. GARY M 



Washington 

Raleigh 

Apex 

Durham 

Nags Head 

Graham 



MISENHEIMER, TONY R. Rockwell 
MITCHELL, BINGHAM B. Aulander 
MITCHON, KATHERINE E. 

StatesviUe 
MOBLEY, FRANKLIN D. Oak City 
MOBLEY, NETTIE M. Williamston 
MOESCHL, JAMES G. 

Falls Church, Va. 



MOHN, FREDERICK H. Richlands 
MONDS, JOHN P. Hertford 

MONK, SIDNEY B. Goldsboro 

MONROE, ORVILLE N. Rocky Mount 
MOORE, JANET T. Tarboro 

MOORE, LINDA R. South Hill, Va. 




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MOORE, ROBERT M 
MOOREFIELD, ARTHUR W, 
MOORING, STEVEN F. 
MORTON, SUSAN W, 
MOSELEV, MARY L 


Greensboro 

Yanceyville 

Maury 

Hubert 

Winterville 


MOSELEY, RONALD W. 
MOSES. JAMES K. 
MOWRY, RONALD F. 
MOYE, PEGGY A 
MOYER, LYNDA L 


South Hill, Va. 

Morganton 

New' Bern 

Windsor 

Springfield. Va. 


MUELLER. lONATHAN H. 
MULLINS. AfARY B, 
MURPHY. HERSCHEL G. 
MLIRRAY, STEPHEN R. 
M'l'LUM. JANE 


Durham 
Fayetteville 
Enfield 
Raleigh 
Wilson 


MYRICK. lUDITH A. 
NARROW. SAMUEL R 
NEAL. lAMES P, 
NEAL. JOHN E, 
NEELY, FU;LT0N R 


Carthage 
Middlesex- 
Wilson 
Burlington 
Clinton 





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NEILL. TERRIE F. Lexington 

NETTLES. WILLIAM hi. 

Hampton. Va. 
NEV^'BERN. ANTHONY' E. 

Elizabeth City 
NEWCOMB. lO ANN Snow Hill 

NICHOLS, NANCY A. Charlotte 

NICHOLS, STEPHEN C. Norwood 



NOBLE, JUDY C. Deep Run 

NORFLEET. JANET A, 

Elizabeth City 
NORMAN, lUNE C LewisviUe 

NORRELL, JAN'ET M, Liberty 

NORRIS. RALPH A. Alexandria. Va. 
NUTTER, SANDRA L. Vienna. Va. 



OAKLEY. JESSIE F. 
OBER, BOBBY S, 
OLEARY. HARRIET E. 
OLIVER. ALICE A. 
OMARA. ELIZABETH A. 

ONEAL. HELEN F. 



Cameron 
Edenton 
Warsaw 
Creswell 

Richmond Va, 
Stedman 



ORCHARD-HAYES, WILLIAM 

Mc Lean, Va. 
ORMAND. ROBERT A. Conovcr 

ORMAND. SHELOR W. Hickory 

ORR, RICHARD B. Hendersonville 

OVERTON, BECKY H. Greenville 

(JWEN. RAY W. Newport News, Va. 



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PADERICK, EFFIE G. 
PAGAN, VERNON R. 
PARAMORE. KENNETH R. 
PARHAM, MICHAEL J. 
PARKER, LINWOOD H, 



PARKER, VIOLET E. 
PARKER, WILLIAM M. 
PARKS, JAMES ] 
PARRISH, JAMES W. 
PARTIN, PHILLIP L. 



PARTIN. THOMAS L. 
PASCAROSA, WILLIAM J. 
PAUL, REBECCA L. 
PEARCE, ROY N. 
PEELE, MICHAEL A, 



PELT, ALICE K. 
PERKINSON, lAMES E. JR. 
PERKINSON, JOHN L. 
PERRY, JOYCE M, 
PERRY, ROSCOE 



Kinston 

Raleigh 

Grimesland 

Nathalie, Va. 

Harkers Island 



Pendleton 

Williamston 

Raeford 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Chapel Hill 



Scotland Neck 

Norfolk, Va. 

Oriental 

Franklinton 

Williamston 



Goldsboro 

Littleton 

Roanoke Rapids 

Elizabeth City 

Wake Forest 











JUNIORS 



P''^ P^ W^ 










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PERRY, WILLIAM R. 
PETRULLO, MARIE E. 
PFAF, HOWARD R. 
PFAF, SHIRLEY A. 
PHELAN, JOHN M. JR. 



PHELAN, RITA R. 
PHILBECK, EDWARD D. 
PHILLIPS, BAXTER F. 
PICKARD, DONNA L. 
PIERCE. HAL W. 



PIERCE, JIMMY G. JR. 
PILAND, MARVIN S. 
PITT, WADE L. Ill 
PITTARD. BEVERLY J. 
PITTMAN, HAROLD H. 



Hamlet 

Spring Hope 

Asheville 

Winston-Salem 

Greenville 



Greenville 

Shelby 

Colonial Heights, Va. 

Durham 

Princeton 



Colerain 

La Crosse, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Prospect Hill 

Selma 



PIUNTI, CHARLES D. Wilmington, Del. 

PLESS, CLEMENT E. JR. Moorcsville 

POFFENBAUGH, PATSY A, Zwijndrecht, The Neth. 

POINDEXTER. SALLY L. Aberdeen 

POLLARD, LARRY G. Tarboro 



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FOOT. JOHN R. New Bern 

POPE, ROBERT W IR. Lucma 

POPWELL, SHELIA l Mount Hnlly 
PORTER. MICHAEL W Benson 

POSEV. MICHAEL O Greenxille 

POWELL. DONNA G Georj^e 



PRATHER. ANGELA K. Charloite 
PRESCOTT, IRVIN F. Jr. 

Winston-Salem 
PRESSLEY. CHARLES C Greensboro 
PRIMM. SANT)RA G. Hampton. Va 
PRINCE. WILLIAM H, Exmore. Va 
PRITCHARD. VIDA R Elizabeth 



PRICHETT. NONA B. 

Southern Pines 
PUGLIA. lOSEPH Ir, Sumter, S.C. 
PURSLEV. RICHARD L Greenville 

QUERY, LYDIA L Matthews 

QLTNTON. SANDRA K Edenton 

RADOS. RICHARD A Bnmx. NY. 



GolJsburo 
Salisburj- 
Kinston 
Jacks.inville 
Suffc.lk, Va 
REAVES. ELIZABETH A Hii;h P.iint 



RAINES. KATHRYN A 
RAMSEY. HAZEL I, 
RARICK, RICHARD I 
RAVELLI. JOHN W 
RAYNOR. DAVID K. 



REED. SANDRA I Favcttcvillc 

RHODES. lAMES A Greensboro 

RHODES. WILLIAM E. Matthews 

RHYNE. )0 A, Charlotte 

RICHARDSON. lOHN R. 

Hopewell. Va 
RICHARDSO.N, SHARON A 

Petersburt;, Va 




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RIDDLE, MARY C 


Norfolk, Va, 


RIFFLE. GAIL W. 


South Mills 


RIORDAN. CLIFFORD T, 


Chicago, 111. 


RITCHIE. ANGELA R 


Concord 


ROACH, RICHARD V. 


Winfall 


ROBERSON. EI HEL C 


LouisburK 


ROBERTS. ADRIAN R, U 


Mount Olive 


ROBERTS. TERRELL R 


Candor 


ROBERTS, VIRGINIA L 


Rid.qewool, N.J. 


ROBERTSON, BERNARD P. 


Jackson 


ROBERTSON. REGINA S 


Aberdeen 


ROBINSON. GEORGE 1. Ir 


Fayelteville 


ROGERS. BONNIE B 


Timberlake 


ROGERS. SANDRA A 


Williamson 


ROGERS. •nKR\' 1. 


Hickor). 



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ROLLINS, DONNA G, Wake Forest 
ROPER. EUNICE F. Greenville 

ROSE, CARL R. Smithfield 

ROSEMAN. PAUL M, Jr. Rocky Mount 
ROSEN. SUSAN E. Roanoke, Va. 

ROSS, FREDERICK C. 

Fredericksburg, Va. 



ROSS, HENRY A. Jr. Hubert 

ROUGHTON. EDGAR G. Gaston 

ROUSE, WALTER A. Kinston 

ROWLAND, FLOYD M. Jr. Blanche 
RUDD. MINIVER A. Graham 

RUMBLEY. MARGARET S. Greenville 



RUSSELL. TO ANN Winston-Salem 
RUTLEDGE, FRED A. Atlanta, Ga. 
RYNEARSON. ROBERT L. 

ArlinRton, Va. 
SAFRIT, RICHARD W. Salisbur>' 

SALENIUS, HOWARD G. Greenville 
SASSER. MARY C Luchma 





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SASSER. PAUL L. Mount Olive 

SAUL, CAROL A. Glassboro, N.J. 
SAUNDERS, RONALD L. 

Bedford, Va. 
SAUNDERS, STEPHEN D'. Greenville 
SAUNDERS, THEODORE E. 

Charlotte 
SAVIN, lUDY E. Ahoskie 



SAWREY. LINDA L. Swansboro 

SAWYER. BRENDA P. Greenville 

SA\\"i'ER. lUDITH S. Winston-Salem 
SCHECTER, ROGER N. Greensboro 
SCHNURR, PAUL F. Warrenton 

SCOTT. JAMES R. Hobgood 



SEAMAN. BARBARA S. McLean. Va. 
SELF. HELEN L. Charlotte 

SEIGLER. MARIE L. Reidsville 

SETARO, TERESA A. Big Springs, Tex 
SHAMEL. lOE F. Winston-Salem 

SHANNON, LESLIE K. Wilmington 



SHARP, CHARLES S. Jr. 

SHEARIN. LYNN R 
SHELL. TAMES A. Jr. 
SHELTON, BENNETT D 
SHELTON. RALPH P. 
SHEPHERD. lOHN F, 



Hudson, Ohio 
Raleigh 
Roxboro 
Durham 
Durham 
Statesville 



SHEPPARD. CAROLYN J. 

Washington 
SHORT. HAROLD M. Charlotte 

SIMMONS. RODERICK A. 

Roanoke Rapids 
SLOAN, SHARON G. Winston-Salem 
SLOATH. SONDRA A. Durham 

SMITH, BRENDA L. Mount Olive 



258 







SMITH, CHARLES W. Jr. Norfolk. Va. 
SMITH, CHARLIE K. Scotland Neck 
SMITH, CLAUDIA Robersi.nville 

SMITH, DOLORES A. Washineton 
SMITH, lEAN A. Cleveland, Ohio 

SMITH. lERRV R, Monroe 



SMITH, JOHN M Jr. 
SMITH, KENNETH W, 
SMITH, PATSV G 
SMITH. RHODA I 
SMITH, ROBERT 'M 
SMITH, SHEILA O 



Greensboro 

Green\ ille 

Burlington 

Valdese 

Angler 

Charlotte 



SMITH, STEVEN B. Vmeland, N.J. 
SMOTHERS, JEANNE D. Charlotte 
SNYDER, DONALD F. 

Wilmington, Del. 
SORRELL, ANNE M, High Point 

SOL'THERLAND, SANDRA L 

New Bern 
SPANGLER, EVELYN L Aydcn 



SPENCER, lOHNNY W, Jr. Raleigh 
SPENCER, RONALD D, Lantnn, Pa 
SPRAGINS, LINDA C. Lmieton 

STAINBACK, BRENDA L. Henderson 
STALE'i', lOHN A. Jr. Morehead City 
STALNAKER, SUSAN E. 

Newport News, Va, 



STANLEY, RUBY J. High Point 

STEELEY, JAMES E. 

Selins Grove. Pa, 
STEPHENS, JENNINGS W. 

Norfolk, Va, 
STEWART. JO A. Newport News. Va. 
STINAGLE. JANICE E. Wilson 

STINSON, WESLEY R. Siler City 



STATE LEGISLATORS VISIT EAST CAROLINA CAMPUS. 



STITH, PHILIP E. Winston-Salem 
STOCKNER, JAMES I. Galax, Va. 
STOKES, DENNIS A. Greenville 

STOVALL, THORNTON Jr. Stovall 
STOWE. HUGH M. Kannapolis 

STRICKLAND. MILDRED J 

Goldsboro 



STROUP. ^XTLLIAM R. Cherryville 
STUBBS, COLON P. Hubert 

STUDY, NEIL T Reislertown, Md 
STL'TTS, BARNEY W Jr. Burlington 
SUGG, DONNA T, Norfolk, Va 
SULLIVAN, LEO T. Washington 



SULLIVAN, MARY I. 

Falls Church, Va 
SUMMERS, ANN L, Durham 

SURLES. BILLIE R. Four Oaks 

SUTTON, FREDERIC+C I Kinsion 

SUTTON, SHERWOOD R LaGrange 
SWAIN, CLIFFORD W. Washington 




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SWANEY, LARRY B. Huntingdon, Pa. 
TABOR, SUSAN J. Falls Church, Va. 
TALBOTT. BAKER L., Jr. 

South Boston, Va. 
TARKINGTON, BRENDA K. Windsor 
TART, PAULA A. Lillington 

TAYLOR, ALMA W. Atlantic, ^Ga. 



TAYLOR, CHARLES E. Jr. 

Rocky Mount 
TAYLOR, LINDA E. Honea Path 
TAYLOR, PEGGY J. Talor City 

TAYLOR VERNON O. Hickory 

TAYLOR, TERENCE G. Havelock 

TEETER, lANE B. Oakboro 



TEITELBAUM, CHARLENE 

Richmond, Va. 
TERRELL, BENJAMIN T. Raleigh 
TERRELL, BRENDA L. Greensboro 
TERRY. MARGARET L. Graham 

TESH, BENNIS F. Jr. Greensboro 

THARRINGTON, DONNIS E. Zebulon 



THARRINGTON, NORMAN A. 

THIGPEN, FRANCES K. Benllvml 
THOMAS, JASPER D. Windsor 

THOMAS, SANDRA i\L 

Chesapeak. Va. 
T}10MAS0N, SALLIE A. Kannapolis 
THOMPSON, CATHY A. 

Danville, Va. 

THOMPSON, ERNEST L. Selma Ala. 
THORNE, EDWIN JOHN 

Westfield, N. J. 
THURSTON, CAROLE R. 

Richmond, Va. 
TOALDO, JEAN A. Leonia, N.J 

TODD, ANITRA Wendell 

TODD. GREGORY T. Colerain 



TOLER. LEE C, Jr. Alliance 

TONN, DIANNE H. Greenville 

TORICK. JUDITH A. Madison, N.J. 
TRIMMER, DIANE M. Venice, Fla. 
TROTT, PHYLLIS Q. Richlands 

TROTTER, SERGE H. 

Washington, D.C. 



TROUPE, JOSEPH T. Wilson 

TRUESDALE, lOHN M. Lancaster, S.C. 
TL;RNER, KATHERINE M. New Bern 
TURNER, PATRICIA L. 

Richmond, Va. 
TUTOR. NANCY C. Varina 

T^TFORD, TRAVIS W. Powells Point 



TY'LER, JOHN D. Weldon 

UNDERHILL, TIMOTHY C. Raleigh 
USILTON, JOHN L. Denton, Md. 
VADEN, LAWRENCE A. Jr. 

Richmond, Va. 
VAN, GELDER L. Vestal, N.Y. 
VANMIDDLESWORTH, CHARLES 

Asbury Park,.N.J. 



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VANTUYl, ALAN W. Arlinqlon, V.i, 
VAUGHAN. BARBARA A. 

HarrellsMlle 
VAUGHAN, LANA I. Roikv Mount 
VAUGHAN, LIKDA F. Durham 

VEAZEV, lEAN Washinston 

VniLLETTE. JOSEPH L Rockv Mourn 



VERKER. SHARON G. 
VERNON, ROBERT G, 
VERNON, OWEN S. 
WACHTER. PETER M. 
WALKER. CAROL K, 
WALKER, DONNA M. 



CLuk, NJ, 
Greensboro 
Alton, Va. 
Greensboro 

Washintiton 
Aurora 



WALKER. JACKIE E R,.ckinuham 

WALKER, JAMES A. Oxford 

WALL, EVELYN S, Wake Forest 

WALL, LINDA F. Clayton 

WALLACE. FREDERICK T. 

Morris Plains. N.J. 
WALSH. NANCY J. Charlotte 



JUNIORS 



WALTERS, DIANA L. 
WALTERS, lENNES R, 
WALTON, FRED A. 
WARREN, DOLAND M 
WARREN, HUGH A 



Greenville 

Wilson 

Charlotte 

Jacksonville. Fla 

Fayetteville 



Washinqton 
Raleigh 



WASILE. STEPHENIE 
WATKINS, BETTIE L 
WATSON, CHARLES R 
WATSON. EDWIN T 
WATTS. GORDON P. 
WEBB. JEAN K. 



WEEKS, REBECCA I, Durham 

WELCH, LINDA L. Clinton 

WELDON, JULLIAN M. Rocky Mount 
WELTON, NANCi' D. Greenville 

WENTZEL, SANDRA K. Raleigh 

WESNER. CHERTER S Plvmouth 



WEST. JACK PAGE 
WEST, JULIAN R 
WESTBROOK, JANET FAYE 

WHALEY, CAROL L 
WHALEY, ROXIE P. 
W HEELER, JOEL D 



Siates\ille 

Albcrtson 

Richlands 

Newport 

Durham 



WHITE. BARBARA E. Merry Hill 
WHITE. GLENN C Elizabeth City 

WHITE. lOHN R Jacksonville 

WHITE. JIDITH A Annamlale. Va 
WHITEHEAD. BEVERLY A. 

Scotland Neck 
\X HHTHl RST, CORNELIA Q. 

Raleigh 








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WHITEHURST, CORNELIUS Bethel 
WHITEHURST, LINDA T. Greenville 
WHITSON, SUZANNE W. 

Alexandria, Va. 
WHITTEN, RICHARD G, Henderson 
WHORTON, JAMES W, Newport 

WIGGINS. WILLIAM R. Jacksonville 



WILKERSON. FRANCES A, Kinston 
WILKINS, DONALD A. 

Winchester. Va. 
WILLARD, CHERYL L, Merrill 

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH C. Jr. Clinton 
WILLIAMS. LORRAINE F. Kinston 
WILLIAMS, NANCY C. Rocky Mount 



WILLIAMS. PATRICIA E. Benson 
WILLIAMS. TERRY J. Fayetteville 
WILLIAMSON. BEVERLY L. Wilson 
WILLIAMSON, MARGARET 

Portsmouth, Va. 
WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN W. 

Graham 
WILSON, BETH A. Raleigh 



WILSON. JAMES I. Hamlet 

WINGATE. LEON H. Bath 

WINN, NANCY W. Dinwiddle, Va. 
WINSTEAD, ROWENA G. Charlotte 
WINTER. SANDRA L. 

South Miami. Fla. 
WITCHER. EULIS D. Hiph Point 



JUNIORS 









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WOOD JOANN 
WOOD, MATTIE T. 
WOOD, SUSAN P. 
XX'OODARD, BETTY J. 
WOODFORD. ANITA 



WOOTEN, GARY C 
WOOTEN. SANDRA L. 
WOOTEN, SHARYN K. 
WORTHINGTON, ELAINE 
WRENN. DORIS A. 



WRENN. STEVEN L. 
WRIGHT. EVELYN I. 
WRIGHT. GEORGE A. 
WRIGHT, SANDRA F. 
YARBROUGH. RICHARD C. 



YORK. BRYANT DAVIS 
YORKE. JEWELL A 
YOUNG, ANNE P. 
YOUNG, JAMES H. 
YOUNT. MICHAEL D. 



Four Oaks 

Benson 

Wilmington. Del, 

Nashville 

Richmond, Va. 



Hudson 

Fountain 

Fayetteville 

Ayden 

Sanford 



Graham 

Tabor City 

Raleigh 

Roanoke Rapids 

Raleigh 



Randleman 

Kannapolis 

High Point 

Ahoskie 

Hickory 



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St.thtl: Ted Hiioks. president; Carleen Hjortsvang, vice president; Joan Evans, secretary; Steve Yelverton, treasurer. 



Class of 
1969 



Finding importance in their ability to help newcomers, care- 
free sophomores returned to a place which they already knew. 
They faced ever important decisions in settling down to con- 
centrated study and plans for the future. Sophomores trudged 
forward, chalking up fun-filled minutes at the college union, 
movies, and dances. Individuals took firm stands and began 
to make their personal contribution to the ever-developing col- 
lege community. 





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ABBOTT. VIVIAN I. 
ABELL. SANDRA J. 
ABERNATHY, BEVERLY 
ABERNATHY. JOAN B. 



AGREE. CHRIS W. 
ADAMS. BONNIE F. 
ADAMS. BRENTON D. 
ADAMS. K^IDY A. 



ADCOCK. ROGER Jr. 
ADKINS. LINDA H. 
ADKINS. STEPHEN T. 
ALBERT. PAUL E. Jr. 



ALDRIDGE. REBECCA N. 
ALEXANDER. STEVEN L. 
ALFORD. JO A. 
ALFORD. WESLEY H. Jr. 



ALLEN. JUDY G. 

ALLEN. MARY P. 

ALLEN. PAUL J. J 

ALLEN, ROGER D. 



ALLIGOOD. JANE R. 
ALLISON. ADRA I. 
ALMON. MARTHA R. 
ALPHIN. JANICE M. 



ALSTON. CAROL L. 
AMAN. JUDY R. 
AMICI. EMEILA V. 
ANDERSON. GREGORY L. 



ANDERSON. LYNDA F. 
ANDERSON. MARY S. 
ANDERSON. VICKIE M. 
ANDERSON. WILLIAM H. 
ANDREOLI. RACHEL K. 
ANDREW. JOHN S. 



ANDREWS. ANN C. 
ANDREWS. DENNIS G. 
ANDREWS. SUZANNE J. 
ANEMA, JOHN C. 
ANGEL. STEPHEN R. 
ANGEL. WILLARD J. Jr. 



APPENZELLER. GAIL M. 
APPEE. JANET T. 
APPLEGATE. JOSEPH B. 
ARNOLD. PATRICIA C. 
ARRINGTON. PAUL S. 
ASBURY. JOAN R. 



ASHE. CELIA T. 
ATKINSON, ANDREW J. 
ATWATER. CHARLES S. 
ATWOOD. MICHAEL C. 
AUTEN, ELIZABETH D. 
AVENT. ERNEST B. 



Goldsboro 
Greensboro 
High Point 
FayetteviUc 
Newport News. Va. 
Charlotte 



Newport News. Va. 

Fayettcville 

Point Pleasant, N.J. 

Greensboro 



Quantico. Va. 

Charleston, S.C. 

Greensboro 

High Point 



Winston-Salera 
Whitakers 



Maiden 
Rapids 



SOPHOMORES 



Raleifih 
Greenville 
Wilmington L^ 




Hollister 
Jacksonville 
Greensboro 



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BAIl.EV. BARBARA C. 
HAII.EY. ni:REMA C. 
BAKER. CHERYL K. 



BAKER. E. RUTH 
BAKER. MEEFORD R, 
BAKER. BATSY E 
BAKER. SARAH V, 
BAKER SHARON A, 
BAKKEN. PAIRKIA I 



BAEOW IN ( ARMEN I 
BAEI.ARO. ( LARENCE 
BAEEINT. PATRICIA L. 
BANG. JENS E. 
BANKS. CECIL S. 
B.^NKS. JERRY H. 



BANKS, KAREN I 
BARAN. lOSEPH S 
BARBEE. KAY D. 
BARBER. SANDRA R. 
BARBOUR. JANICE F. 
BARBOUR. KENNTH S. 



Roxburo 

Washinutnn 

Rocky M.mnt 

Norfolk, V.1, 



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W.ill.K-c 
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urs. NY. 

Tri.nl.in 
Aihtvillc 



Portsmouth. V.i. 

Gtcenville 

Jacksonville 



HARDEN. MARTHA S. 
BAREFOOT. RHONDA 
BARKLEY. ANN M. 
BARNHARDT. JANE S. 



EARNHARDT. MARTHA M. 
BARNHILL, FRANCES S. 
BARNHILL. ROBERT H. 
BARRETT. SUSAN C 



BARROW. STEPHEN T, 
BASS. GARY I, 
BASS. PAUL M Jr 
BATEMAN. DONALD R 



BATES. LAURA Z. 
BAUGUS. LINDA L. 
BAVIELLO. RONALD R. 
BAYS. MARGARET A. 



BEAMAN. THOMAS E. 
BEARD, RITA L 
BEASI EY. f HARI.IE R. Jr 
BEASLEY. EARI.E 



BEASILY. JOHN J. 
BEAUMONI . BARBARA A. 
BEAVER. HENRY G. 
BEAVERS. SHIRLEY C. 



BECK. SARAH V. 
BEI.CHE. RUTH E. 
BELK, Mir HAEL E 
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E.lVttlCMll. 

S.infon 
Davidsor 



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Kill Devil Hilh 

R.ilcii;h 



Scittlc. Wash. 

Alchcm.irlc 

Middleborc. Va. 



St. Pclctslniii:. Ela 

Caslali, 

Monio( 

Goldshott 



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BELL. DANNY L. 
BELL. FONDA C. 
BELL. JOYCE A. 
BELLMANN. MARCIA L. 
BELOTE. HERBERT T. 



BENDER. BARBARA B. 
BENDITZ, ELLEN F. 
BENNETT. ALFRED J. 
BENNETT. WILLIAM R. 
BENSON. ARCHIE D. JR. 
BENSON, DONALD E. 



BENSON. MARY E. 
BENTLEY. EDITH G. 
BENTON, LYNDA K. 
BENTON. MARGARET L. 
BERDINE, JAMES M. JR. 
BERGER. JANE E. 



BERGER. NELL D. 
BERGER. VINCENT R. 
BERNHARDT. FLOYD G. 
BERRIER, STEVEN R. 
BERRY. HELEN L. 
BERRY. PATRICK K. 



BERRY. PEGGY Y. 
BEST. JULIE G. 
BICKHAM. JANET L. 
BILYOU. SUSAN M 
BIRD. CYNTHIA C. 
BIRMINGHAM. JANE Y. 



BISHOP. JULIUS L. 
BISSETT. HAROLD E. JR. 
BISSETTE, SHERMAN R. 
BLACKMAN. GAIL E. 
BLACKMER. JONATHAN C. 
BLACKMON. GLENDA K. 



BLAIR. BARBARA A. 
BLAIR. BRENDA E. 
BLAIR. LINDA E. 
BLALOCK. ETHEL F. 
BLALOCK. LYNDA W. 
BLANCHARD. GEORGE W. 



Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 

Shelby 
Richmond. Va. 



PoIIocksville 

Easton, Md. 

ralsburg. Md. 

Kenansville 

Goldsboro 



Battleboro 
High Point 
Swansboro 
Chadbourn 
Morganton 
Charlotte 



Springfield. Va. 

Norfolk. Va. 

Greenville 

Lexington 

Fuquay-Varina 

Jacksonville 



Moyock 

Raeford 

Wanamassa. N.J. 



Raleigh 

Henderson 

Wilson 

Dudley 

Salisbury 

Whiteville 



Roxboro 
Mount Airy 
Mount Airy 



WATERMELON FEASTS HIGHLIGHT SUMMER ACTIVITIES. 



BLANCHARD. HELEN R. 
BLANCHARD. JOSEPH B. 
BLAND. CHERRY M. 
BLASKA. BRENDA J. 
BLAUSTEIN. MARCIA 
BLOODWORTH. ALEXANDER 
BLOUNT. MARY C. 



BLUM. LORETTA J. 
BOAS. PETER D. 
BOBO. PAULA R. 
BOGER. ANNE M. 
BOLUS. PATRICIA A. 
BOLTON. BEVERLY R. 
BONE, MARY E. 



BONNER. CHERLY L. 
BOOKER. ANNE W. 
BOOTH. ARTHUR J. 
BOSEMAN. JANE T. 
BOSSE. WILLIAM W. 
BOUCHARD. THERESA 
BOWEN. CORNELIA E. 



Edenton 

Elizabeth City 

Goldsboro 

Richmond, Va. 



Myrtle Beach. S.C. 



Littlelo 

Ayde 

Durban 




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BOWKN. WILLIAM O. 
BOWER. THOMAS D. 
BOWTiS. WARREN A. 
BOWMAN. PAUL M. 
BOVn. ERANKLIN C. 
BOVn. KATHLEEN L. 



BOYD. TONEY A. 
BOYD, WILLIAM G. 
BOYETTE. (HARLES G. 
BRADBURY. EDWIN O. 
BRAODY. ROBERT S. 
BRADSHER, SHARON K 



BRANCH. BETTY J. 
BRANCH. ELLEN N. 
BRANDON. EI.I7.ABETH t 
BRANNAN. JOHN W. 
BRANSCOME. BETTY F. 
BRANTLEY. ELIZABETH 



BRANTLEY. MARGARET E. 
BRA.SWELL, MARSHA R. 
BP'^NNER, KATHERINE G. 
BRETZ. BEVERLY D. 
BRIDf.ERS. MARY C, 
BRIDGES. PAUL F. 



Belhaven 
Fayelteville 
New Bern 



MoiKanton 

Rocky Mount 

Pitman. N.J. 

RaleiKh 

Hampton. Va. 

Whilakers 



Rocky Mount 

Roanoke Rapids 

Favetteville 

Bethlehem. Pa. 

Macclesfield 

Greensboro 



SOPHOMORES 






BRIDGES. VICTORIA L. 
BRIGGS, BETTY C. 
BRIGHT, GEORGE W. 
BRINKLEY. JULIA F. 




BRINSON. GLENDA D. 
BRINSON. VANCE B. 
BRITT. CLYDE S, 
BRITT. DONNA R. 


BRITT. JOHN K. 
BRITT. NINA E, 
BRITTAIN. DAVID R. 
BROOKS. EVELYN L. 
BROUGHTON. RICHARD B. 
BROWER, STANLEY F. 


Greenville 
Kinston 
Asheboro 
Greenville 
Nev; Bern 
Asheboro 


BROWN. CYNTHIA M. 
BROWN. ESTHER G. 
BROWN. HELEN T. 
BROViTM. IVAN W. 
BROWN. KATHERINE E. 
BROWN. LOIS D. 


Hickory 

Manteo 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

Durham 

Kannapolis 

Jacksonville 


BROWN. NANCY A. 
BROWN. RONALD W. 
BROWN. RUBY E. 
BROWN. SYLVIA J. 
BROWN. TERRY W. 
BROWNLOW. BETTE H. 


Knoxville, Tcnn. 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Kannapolis 

Youngsville 

Pompano Beach, Fla. 


BROYHILL, SALLY P 
BRYAN. ANN c. 
BRYAN. DAVID H. 
BRYAN, JAMES N, 
BRYAN. LINDA C. 
BRYAN. NEL LM. 


Arlington. Va. 

Eli23beth City 

Burlington 

Mebanc 

Rocky Mount 

Wilkcsboro 



Portsmouth. Va 



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BUCK, JOHN R. 
BUCKNER. JOHN C. 
BUELIN RONALD R. 
BUETTNER. NANCY R. 
BUIE, BARBARA J. 
BL'IE. ELLIOTT 



BULLARD. LINDA G. 
BULOW. -JOHN K. 
BUMGARNER. JANET S. 
BUMPASS, MICHAEL F. 
BLINCH. ANNETTE 
BUNCH. JANNETTE 



BLINCH. MARY L. 
BUNN. BENNIE G. 
BURBELLA. GEORGE J. 
BURCH. BRENDA A. 
BURCHELL. MICHAEL 
BURDEN. PATRICIA A. 



BLfRLESON. JOHN D. 
BURNS, NATHAN S. 
BURWELL. JAMES D. 
BUTCHER. TERRY L. 
BUTLER. DAVID A. 
BUTLER. JUDITH L, 






Gien Hejd, NY, 



Greensbnro 
Avden 
Wilkesboro 
Durham 
Hobbsville 
Hobbsville 



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BYERLY, JOHN B, 
BYNUM. JOSEPH C III 
BROADWELL. NANCY 



B'iRNS, FRANK E, 
CAIN, HARRY I, 



CAINES, GERTRUDE M, 
CALDER, LYNN E. 
CAMPBELL. RITA L. 
CANNON. MARY E. 



CAPPS. BARBARA D. 
CAPRIO. ROBERT J. 
GARDEN. DEBRA A. 
CAREY. JOHN H. 



CARGILL. JAMES M. 
GARLAND. NANCY R. 
CARLSON. EDWARD D. 
CARMICHAEL. CHARLES L 



CARPENTER. SANDRA P, 
CARPENTER, TINA J. 
CARRAWAY. ALLEN M. 
CARRIER. THOMAS B. 



CARROW, KESTER L. 
CARSON. BARBARA J. 
CARTER. CAROL S. 
CARTER, DWIGHT H. 



Anderson. S,C, 
Greensboro 
Jacksonville 

Salisbury 



Middlesex 

Albemarle 

Springs, Md, 



Columbia. S.C. 



Greenville 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 



Lauderdale. Fla 



SOPHOMORES 




Roger Williams delights East Carolina 
students. 



CARTER. GLORIA D. 
CARTER. JAMES L. 
CARTER. RICHARD S. 
CASEBOLT. HAMPTON D 



CASEY. LOIS M. 
CASHION, CAROL F. 
CASHION. ROBERT N. 
CASSADY, PAUL C. 



CASTLES. LONNA E. 
CATCHPOLE. CYNTHIA L 
CATES, SUZANNE 
CATTLE. ROSEMARY 



(AUnllL. DAGER L. 
CAUSEY. BEVERLY A. 
CAUSEY. ETHEL F. 
CAVINESS. MARVIN L 



CAWTHON. JOHN D 
CAYTON. FAYE C. 
CAYTON. STEPHEN M. 
CHAMBERS. ALLEN B. 



CHAMBLISS. THOMAS W. 
CHAPMAN. ELBERT M. JR. 
CHEEK. ADA F. 
CHEEK. CYNTHIA B. 



CHESSON. JAMES R. 
CHESSON. MURRY G. 
CHESTNUT. DENNIS E. 
CHORLEY. JOSEPH H. 



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CHURrn. GERALD \V 
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CLARK, RUSSELL B, 
CLARK WILLIAM F. JR 
CLAUS. MARJORIE L. 



CLEVELAND. REBECCA J. 
COBB. ANNIE F. 
COBB. CAROLYN R. 
COBB. JANE G. 



COBH. MICHAEL \V. 
COBLE. HENRY L. 
COBLE. JUDY K. 
COE. CANDICE H. 
COFFIN. WILLARD M, 
COGGINS, JUDITH M. 



fOiiRn^; I INDA I- 

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( 01 I .MAN, NANCY D, 
roil MAN PHILLIP C. 
COLLY. SUE C, 
COLLIER. BILLIE S. 



Hickory 

Westfield. N.J. 

Keysville. Va. 

Rockmi;h.im 



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COLLINS. PATSY 
CONDER. PRISCILLA A. 
CONLEY, MICHAEL J. 
CONNET, PETER T. 
CONNOR. SUSAN A. 
CON^'AY. JACQUELINE E, 
COOK. CANDICE L. 



COOKE. MARILYN F. 
COOKSEY, CHRISTINA J. 
COOPER. lENNIFER B. 
COOPER. VICKI J. 
COPENHAVER. ERNEST H. 
CORBETT. JOANNA R. 
CORRIHER. JOHN W. 



CORRIHER. SANDRA L. 
CORTOPASSI. CONSTANCE 
COTA. CATHY J. 
COTHREN. WILLIAM A. 
COUGLE. BRYAR T. 
COUNTS, DONALD R. 
COX, CAMERON M Jr. 



Roanoke Rapids 








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COX. DIANA G. 

COX. GILDA 

COX. HOWARD T, 

COX. RAE C. 

CRAFT. STEPHEN D. Jr. 

CRAMER. THOMAS A. 



fRATCH. SAMMIE L. 
CRAWFORD. CARYL M. 
CREECH. CAROLEE D. 
CHREECH. DWIGHT M. 
( HREECH. MARJORIE E 
f HREECH. LINDA F. 



CREW. WILLIAM 
CRIGLER. CAROLYN M. 
CRISP. WILLIAM R. 
CRIST. PATRICIA M. 



CULTON. MARTHA A. 
CUMMINGS. ELIZABETH A. 
CUNNINGHAM. SUSAN O. 
CURTIS. JAKALE N, 
CUSHWA, MICHAEL H. 
CUTLER, SARA D. 



CUTTS. FANNIEM 
DAIL. ALTA A. 
DAIL. DAVID W. 
DALE. MATOKA C. 
DANIEL. ESTHER J, 
DANIEL. THOMAS J. 



DANIEL. WALTER J. 
DANIELS. JOHNIE B. 
DANOWSKI. JAMES L. 
DANOWSKI. THOMAS F. 
DARK. SCARLET A. 
DAUGHTETY. DONNA M. 



Bluunts Creek 

Potomac, Md. 

Pine Level 

Smithfield 



Rnanoke Rapids 
Charlotte 
Pinetops 



New Bern 

Alexandria. Va, 

• Swansboro 

■ Williiraston 

Thomasville 

Goldsboro 



Stovall 

Winterville 
Morganton 



Chamblee. Ga. 

Chamblee. Ga. 

Bear Creek 



DAUGHTRY. CARL M. Jr 
DAUGHTRY. JANICE E. 
DAUGHTRY. LINDA G. 
DAVES. DEWEY R. 
DAVIS. BARBARA D. 
DAVIS. BUFORD L. 



DAVIS 
DAVIs: 
DAVIS 
DAVIS 
DAVIS 
DAVIS, 



CHARLES E. 

FANNIE A. 
HELEN G. 
JANET L. 

JERE L. 

JOHN A. 



DAVIS. JUDITH A. 
DAVIS. KAREN B. 
DAVIS. LUELA J 
DAVIS. L'i'NDA F, 
DAVIS. MARGARET A. 
DAVIS. NORMA K. 



DAVIS. RANDALL K. 
DAVIS. ROBERT B. 
DAWS. WILLIAM L. 
DAWSON. SUZANNE R. 
DAY. MARTHA J. 
DAY. MARY E. 



DEANS. KENNETH N. 
DEBRUHL. JAMES F. 
DEBRUHL WILLIAM L. 
DEEDS, JOHN M. 



DEN"NYV CHARLES C. 
DENTON. HERBERT F. 
DENTON. LYNDA G. 
DEWEY. WILLIAM A. 
DIAMOND, LEE G, 
DICKENS, MARTY G. 



DICKS. ROY C. 
DIEFENBACH, JARED R. 
DILLARD. JOHN T. Jr. 
DITMARS. JOHN M 
DIUGUID, WILLIAM H. 
DIXON. WILLIS E. 



Durhjin 

Eki; Hjrbor. N J. 

Charlotte 



Scotlind Neck 



Wjshington. DC. 



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Conway Vfrrf, 

lount Airy 



Holly Ridge 

Sanford 

Burlington 

Bladenboro 



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DONHARL. BRUCE E 
DONHARL. GLENN T. 
DOSS. CAROLYN E. 
DOWD. ROBERT W. 
DOWNING. BARBARA D. 
DOZIER. WILLIAM A. Jr 



DRAKE. CHARLES E. 
DRAUGHON. VIVIAN C. 
DRESSEL. BARRY L. 
DRUM. LOYE 
DUDLY. JEFF 



DUNN. LYNDA L. 
DUNNING. RONALD I. 
DUPREE. GIENDA G. 
DURHAM. EVELYN D 
DURHAM, JAMES E. 



Portsmouth. Va. 

Favettcvillc 

Nashville 



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DUVAL. JOHN C. 
DUVALL. MARGARET L. 
DWIGGINS. BOBBY E. 
EARL. CHARLES L. 



EARLES. JOHN S. Ill 
EARLY. RICHARD H. 
EASON. ALANA J. 



EASTEP. ELIZABETH. S. 
EDWARDS. ALANN W. 
EDWARDS, DAVID A. 
EDWARDS, ELIZABETH G. 
EDWARDS. JESSE C. 



EDWARDS. MICHAL F. 
EDWARDS. PRESTON S. 
EDWARDS. WILLIAM III 
EGNOR. DIANE M, 
ELKS, HELEN R. 



ELKS. LARRY G 
ELLERBE, SUSAN T. 
ELLIS, PHILLIP C 
ELLIS, VALERIA A. 
ELLZEY. DANIEL W. 



Charlotte 

Is Church. Va. 

Marlboro. Md. 

Charlotte 



Clayton 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 



Salisbury 

Winslead 

Macclesfield 

Jacksonville 



Charleston. S.C. 

Black Creek 

New Bern 

New London. Conn. 



ELMORE. KENNETH R 
EMBLER. ANITA L. 
ENNIS. JOANNA T. 
EVANS. JUDITH W. 
EVANS. KENNETH W. 
EVANS. PAULA G. 
EVELAND. FRANCES A. 



EVERHARDT. JOSEPH W. 
FAIR. WILLIAM B, 
FANN. JARVIS C. 
FARLE5S, RL'BEN R. 
FARMER JANET L 
FAULK. SANDRA J. 
FAULKNER. WILLIAM M. 



FERGUSON. GERALD R. 
FERGUSON. LARRY R. 
FERGUSON, MARGARET D. 
FERGUSON, MICHAEL L. 
FINCH. DANIEL R. 
FISHER DOLORES A. 
FISHER. LARRY E. 



FITTS. DONALD J. 
FITTS. TANDY W. 
FLANIGAN. JUDITH G. 
FLANAGAN. SHARON V. 
FLEMING. EUGENE C. 
FLEMING. RUTH E. 
FI.OARS, JOHN W. 



Frederlcksburp, Va. 



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Midland 


FLOWERS. SANDRA H, 


Coats 


FI.OYD. REED D 


LnnRhurst 


EOGI.EMAN. FLOYD M 


Durham 


FOGIEMAN. HAROLD I. 


BurlinRlon 


FONIELLE. RUSSELL 


Tabor Ciri- 


FORBES. AMANDA P. 


Greenville 


FOREMAN H'DITH A 


Kington 


FORNES. JO E 


Greenville 


FORREST. LOlilS P 


Winston-Salem 


FORRESTER. VANCE P. Jr. 


Burlmston 


FORSVTHF FREDERlrK C. 


Oxford 


FOSKEY. JUDY E, 


Smyrna. Del. 


FOSKEY. FRANCLS J. Jr. 


Littleton 


FOSTER. SANDRA J. 


Benson 


FOl'ST BONNIE L 


Jamestown 


FOWIKFS, l,^MES S 


Butner 


FOWIKFS U'DITH A 


Rc.dsville 


FOY. MARGARET A 


Wilmineton 


FO'l'. RtCUARD r 


Mount Airv 


FRANKLIN. BENJAMIN N 


Charlotte 


FRANKLIN PENDER L Jr 


Durham 


FRANKS. IINDA D 


RaleiEh 


FRANZ. GAELYN'X F, 


Washington 


FRAZER ESTFLLA B 


Portsmouth. Va 


FRAZIER. WILLIAM III 


Oxford 


FRFAKIEY. GWENDOLYN A 


Woodstock. Va. 


FREEMAN. GARY A. 


Westfield. N.J. 


FRFSHfORN IFN'NIFER L. 


Charlotte 


FULBRIGHT. lANET E. 


Newton 


Fl'IGHliM. GAROLYN R 


Sims 


FUI.K. NAKGY G 


Pilot Mountain 


FL'IIFRKAMP BARBARA J 


Lanslev. A F B . Va. 


GAINEY WILLIAM K. 


Virginia Beach. Va. 


G.AI ANTIS, KOULLA J, 


Morehead 



GALLMAN. VICKI M. 
GAIIOWAY, lA.MES M. 
GAU'P. MARY n 
GARONFR CH.ARIFS D 
GARDNER. JUDITH E, 
GARDNER. PEGGY A 



GARRETT, GWYNETH D. 
GARRETT lOHN W, 
GARRFTT. LINDA J. 
GARRETT NANCY r 
GARRISON. BARRY W. 
GARRITY. FRANCES P. 



GARST. JAMES L. 
GASKFY. STEPHEN G. 
GASKINS. MICHAEL E. 
GASTON. ROBERT L. 
GATES. NANCY E. 
GAY. GEORGE T 



GEE. lOHN F 
GFNZARDI IFSllF J 
GERARD JACKIE A 
GERIACH MARIE H 
GERRINGFR lArRFI. D 
GETvINGER. riARENCE L. 




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GIBSON. CAROL A. 


Laurinbulg 


GIBSON, HERBERT W. 


Littleton 


GIFT. GREGORY A. 


Ambler. Pa. 


GILES. BEVERLY J. 


Fayetteville 


GILES. BEVERLY W. 


Kinston 


GILGER. MARY M. 


Fairmont 


GILL. HELEN E. 


Kenbridse. Va. 


GILL. WILLIAM S. Ill 


Clinton 


GILMORE. KAYE M. 


Greenville 


CLOVER. RICHARD A. 


Hyattsvillc. Md. 


GNAU. MARGARET E. 


East Aurora. N.Y. 


GODWIN. MICHAEL A. 


Wilson 


GODWIN. RUBY G. 


Sanford 


COINS. ALAN R. 


Durham 


GOINS. FRANK S. 


Charlotte 


GOODLOE, PATRICIA A. 


Fayetteville 


GOODMAN. BRENDA L. 


Pikeville 


GOODMAN. JOYCE A. 


Spring Lake 


GOODSON. ROBERT L. 


Mount Olive 


GORE. JOHN S. JR. 


Whileville 


GORHAM. JOAN R. 


Battleboro 



SOPHOMORES 




GORHAM. STEPHEN D. 
GRABOWSKI. MICHAEL K. 
GRADY. PHYLISS M. 
GRAEFF. LINDA P. 
GRAHAM. ABIGAIL 
GRAHAM. ROBERT F. JR. 


Rocky Mount 

Red Stone Arsenal. Ala. 

Gary 

McGuire A.F.B.. N.J. 

Greenville 

Burlington 


GRANT, JOAN C. 
GRANTHAM, ANTHONY L. 
GRAY. JULIA F. 
GRAYBEAL. BETTY J. 
GREENE, BETTY G. 
GREEN. GARY 


Seven Springs 

Salcmburg 

La Grange 

Statesville 

Biscoe 

Hollywood. Fla. 


GREEN. PRENTIS W. 
GREENE. JAMES C, 
GREENWOOD, RONALD B. 
GREGORY. JAMES B. JR. 
GREY. MICHAEL E. 
GRIEB, BENNETT J. 


Dublin. Ga. 

Raleigh 

Mount Airy 

Richmond. Va. 

Charlotte 

Alexjndria. Va. 


GRIFFIN. EZRA D. JR. 
GRIFFIN. LUCRETIA K. 
GRIMES. JAMES R. 
GRISSOM. JANICE M. 
GRISSOM. MARTHA N. 
GROTE. JUDITH L. 


Greenville 

Monroe 

Washington 

Henderson 

Henderson 

WmstonSalem 


GROVES. JUDY L, 
GRUBB. GERALD C. 
GULLEDGE. GLENN S. 
GURGANUS, CARRIE L. 
GURGANUS. HORACE D. 
GURGANUS. JUDY C. 


Falls Church. Va. 

Burlington 

Morion, Pa. 

Bethel 

Jacksonville 

WMliamston 


GURGANUS. ZELLE W. 
GURLEY. JAMES P. 
GWALTNEY. HELEN K. 
HAISLIP. BARBARA B. 
HALE. ALLAN R. 
HALE. MARTHA A. 


Greenville 

Forest City 

Taylorsville 

Sanford 

Roanoke Rapids 

Rocky Mount 


HALES. PATSY E. 
HALEY. DONNIE E. 
HALL. REBECCA D. 
HALL. SHELIA R. 
HALLMAN. CAROL A. 
HALYBURTON. ROBERT R. 


Zebulon 
Durham 
Wake Forest 
Albemarle 
Raleigh 
Hamlet 




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Smithfield 


HAMILTON. JAMES D. 


Orlmdo. Fla. 


HAMILTON. JUDITH G. 


Pine Level 


HAMILTON. MARY L. 


Charlotte 


HAMLIN, BETTi' J. 


Unjon Level. Va. 


HAMMOND. J. DEAN 


Salisbury, Conn. 


HANEY. ARTHUR J. 


Winterville 


HAR( HARIK. PAL^L J. 


Charlotte 


HARDEE. HOWARD E. 


Greenville 


HARDEE. MARTHA C. 


Charlotte 


HARDEE. PATRICIA A. 


May^villc 


HARDEE. WILLIAM C. 


Greenville 


HARDESTY, JERRY T. 


Beaufort 


HARDIN. WANDA D. 


Raleigh 


HARDISON. JOHN B.. JR. 


Farmville 


HARDISON. THOMAS W. 


New Bern 


HARDY. HARVEY J.. JR. 


Corpu'. Christi. Texas 


HARGETT. FREDERICK W. 


Jacksonville 


HARGETT. LINDA J. 


Charlotte 


HARGROVE. LINDA F. 


Burlineton 


HARRELL. ABBIE K. 


Columbia 


HARRELL. ADDIE G. 


Greenville 


HARRELL. JOSEPH E, 


Greenville 


HARRELL. WILLIAM A. 


Windsor 


HARRELSON. RITA P. 


Tabor City 


HARRIS. ANITA B. 


Spring Hope 


HARRIS, BARBARA E. 


WiUiamston 


HARRIS. HARRY M 


Asheboro 


HARRIS. JANICE E. 


Durham 


HARRIS. KEYMA D. 


Greenville 


HARRIS. MARGARET E. 


Greenville 


HARRIS. MARTHA W. 


Chester, Va. 


HARRIS. M. ELAINE 


Winterville 


HARRIS. NANCY S. 


Rutherford 


HARRIS. RACHEL C. 


Troy 



HARRISON. ROBERT W. 
HART. ALICE L. 
HARTLEY. PATSY D. 
HARTLEY. SHERRON B. 
HARTNESS, PATSY C. 



HARWOOD. FRANCES D 
HASKINS, CHARLES A 
HADKES. BARMARA F. 
HATCHER, LINDA L. 
HAW KLS. BARBARA F. 
HAW KINS, JOHN R. 



HAYES, RALPH S. 
HEALH. CHARLES L. 
HLAVNER. DA.VIEL L 
HEDGLCOCK, ELIZABETH 
HEDGEPETH. ANDREW C. 
HECE. OSCAR K. 



Smithfield 

Henderson 

Chesapeake, Va. 

Grifton 



Mebane 
Mebanc 
Raleish 



HEGY. SANDRA L. Valley Stream. N.Y. 



HELMS. CHARLES R. 
HELMS. RANDOLPH M. 
HEMPHILL, EMILY E. 
HENDERSHOT. CLAUDE A 
HENDERSON. DANIEL L. 
HENDERSON, JAMES W. 



HENDERSON. MARGARET A, 



Scotland Neck 




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HENRY. SANDRA L. 
HENSLEY, SARA F. 
HERLICA. JOSEPH R. 
HERNDON, BARBARA J. 
HERRING. JAMES B. JR. 


Lenoir 

Morganton 

Foit Lee. Va. 

Cherry Hill 

Mount Olive 


HESTER. BRENDA V. 
HESTER. CELIA 
HEWITT. DANIEL A. JR. 
HEW'ETT. JULIA K. 
HICKOK. KATHERINE B. 


Valdese 
Oxford 
Colonial Heights. Va. 
Supply 
Kinston 


HICKS. BILLY R. 
HICKS, GEORGE T. 
HICKSON. ANNE. 
HIGGINS. PATRICIA A. 
HIGHTOWER. ERWIN A. 


Elon College 

Garner 

Alexandria. Va. 

Columbia 

Wadcsboro 


HILL. AGNES C. 
HILL. ERMA S. 
HILL. PHYLLIS V. 
HINNANT. BRENDA S. 
HINSON. GERALD T. 


Fiyetteville 

New Bern 

Burlington 

Raleigh 

Garland 



BUCCANEER RECEIVES FIRST CLASS HONOR RATING. 



HINSON. WALTER L. JR. 
HINTON. JANE W. 
HJORTSVANG. CARLEEN 
HOBART. JAMES R. 



HOBBS. BETTY J. 
HOCKETT, DOUGLAS W. 
HODGES. BETSEY L. 
HODGES. NATHANIEL J. 



HOELL. JUDY L. 
HOFFMAN. NANCY J. 
HOLCOMBE. CLIFTON III 
HOLLAND. HARVEY C. JR. 
HOLLAND. JO K. 
HOLLAND. NANCY H. 



HOLLAND. TIMOTHY D. 
HOLLIDAY. MYLINDA K. 
HOLLIDAY. NANCY G. 
HOLLIMON. JANET M. 
HOLLOWELL. GLORIA A. 
HOLSTER. SUSAN E. 



HONEYCUTT. SIM G 
HOOK. MARlL'i'N S. 
HOOKS. BRENDA F. 
HOOKS. DASIE E. 
HOOKS, HAROLD T. 
HOPE. DAVID P. 



HORNE. DONALD E. 
HORNE, THOMAS G. 
HORTON. EUPHALIA O 
HORTON. PATRICIA A, 
HOUGH. ROBIN Z. 
HOUSE. BEVERLY S. 



Winter Park. Fla 



Chinquapin 
Beulaville 
Pittsboro 




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HOWARD. MARION J, 
HOWERTON. LINDA 1- 
HL'DSON. BRENDA M 
Hl'DSON. C.ARV M 
HLD^ON. .MELVIN R 



HEE-l'. S-ll.VIA I. 
HUFF. PAMELA J. 
HUFFMAN. R<JBERT L JR. 
Hl^t.HES, VKKY W. 
HUNNIECUTT. SARA S. 
HINT, .MITCHELL L. 



INGRAM. DO.NALD \V 
INt.RAM, ELLEN E 
INGRAM. HENRY P. 
IRVIN. JAMES R. 
IVEY. FRANCES K. 
IVEY. LINDA E. 



JACKSON. JOHN K. JR. 
lAf OBS. SYLVIA A. 
lAlLE, ALLEN 
JAMES, CAROLYN A 
JAMES. CHERIE F. 
JANUZELLl, JAMES P. JR 



LaGLin^e 

Bethel 

W'lnston-Salem 


Alexandra. Vj. 

Zebu 1. in 

M..,,resMlle 

Snulhem Pine5 

New Bern 

Wiesbaden. Ger 


Ellz.ibeth City 

Greensboro 

Jacksonv.lle 

Wallace 

R„bcrs..n^,lle 

BtidBeP"". Pa. 




JARMAN. JAMES M. JR 
JAYROE. EMMA K 
JEDNY. SUSAN G 



JEFFERIES. JOHN S. 
JEFFRIES. PAULA C. 
JENKINS. MARTHA J. 



Greenbruok. N.J 



SOPHOMORES 



JENKINS. RfJBERT C. 
JENKINS. WILLIAM T. 
JENNINGS. IRVIN T. JR. 
JERNIGAN. LINDA E. 
JESSUP. FAY E 
JESSUP. JANET E. 



JOHN.SON. CURTISS \V 
JOHNSO.V. CYNTHIA D. 
JOHNSON. CYNTHIA G. 
JOHNSON. ERNEST F. Jl 
JflHNSON. JACK W, 
JOHNSON. JAMES A 



JOHNSON JANICE K 
JOHNSON. JANIE D, 
JOH.N^ON MICHAEL J 
JOHNSON. TERRY R. 
JOHNSON, I RUDY A. 
JOHNSTON. LOLLIE M. 



JOLLY. BETTY K. 
JONES. CAROL E. 
JONES. GENUS R. 
JONES. JOAN L. 
JONES. KATHRYN L 
JONES. LESLIE E. 



JONTS 1 INDA R. 

IfJNES, I YNN L. 

jnNLs .MICHAEL D 

JONES. OTIS L. 

JONES. RUDY M, 

JONES. SANDRA J, 








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JONES. SUE K. 
JONES, WILLIAM S. 
JORDAN, ROSEMARY 
JORDAN, WILLIAM H. JR 



JORGENSON, JANIS 
JOYNER, CLINTON C. JR. 
JOYNER, ETHEL C, 
JOYNER. GEORGE M. 



JUDY. NORMA J. 
JULIAN. CAROL 
KALE. KAREN E. 
KAMINSKI, ELIZABETH I 



KARPOVICH. ARTHUR A 
KAROLICH. WILLIAM J 



KEIR, RICHARD M. 
KELLAM. JO A 
KELLER, WILLIAM R. JR 
KELLY. MARY P. 



Angier 

Roanoke R,ipids 

Charlotte 

Smithfield 



SOPHOMORES 



Washington,' D.c! 
Morehead City 



Arlington, Va. 

Worth. lU. 

Newton Grove 

Winston-Salem 



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KERSHAW, LEE A. 
KIDD. WILLIAM J. 
KILLOUGH. RUSSELL L. 
KILPATRICK. GWENDOLYN 



Fayetteville 
Tarboro 
Salisbury 
Salisbury 



Ffamingham. Mass. 
Newton Square, Pa- 
Charlotte 
Weldon 




Stars and Bars fly over Ficlclen Stadiutn, 



CRITICS PRAISE EC SUMMER THE A TER. 



KILPATRICK, HALLIE S. 
KILPATRICK, MARY E. 
KIMBALL. JAMES D. JR. 
KINCAID. THOMAS L. JR 
KING. ANNE G. 
KING. BEVERLY L. 



KING. CARLTON W III 
KING. MICHAEL J. 
KING. NADINE W. 
KING. PAMELA M. 
KINSEY. NED M. 
KINSEY. WILLIAM H. 



KIRBY. DIANE L. 
KIRKLAND. JUDITH A 
KIRKPATRICK. SANDRA G, 
KISER. LINDA J. 
KITCHIN. WILLIAM M. JR. 
KIVETT. HERMAN H JR 



Conway 
Greenville 
on Springs 




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Waynesville 

Maiden 





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KIIMKIEW I( Z. MICHAEL 
KLINX.MAN, RICHARD L 
KLUL L/. NANCY P. 
KNOX. mYLLl^ T, 
KORNLCAY. IA< K M. JR. 



KORNEGAY. KATHY J 
KRAUTLER. CHARLES C 
LACKEY. JOSIANE T. 
1A( KEY. KAY M 
LAFFERTY. WILLIAM C. 
LAL ROBERT 



LAMBERT, JANE A, 
LAMM. FRANCES \V. 
LAMM. MAR".' P. 
LAMPSHIRE. CLAUDIA D 
I AND HARRY L. JR. 
LANDIN. BILLIE J. 



LANE. JAMES T. 
LANGE, WILLIAM F. 
LANGLEY. JOHN D. JR. 
LANGLEY. REBECCA A. 
LANGLEY, ROBERTA L. 
LANIER. PEGGY S. 



LARSH. MARGARET J. 
LASPINA. PHYLLIS A 
LASSITER. ROBERT E. 
LATHAM. MARY P. 




Sprinns. 
Thoma 
Taylor 



Alexandria. Va. 

Mdhnetun. Tcnn. 

Elm Ofy 




LATHAM. SCOTT K. 
LATTA. KALHRYN M. 
LAVALLEY, LINDA A. 
LAVENDUSKI. MARY E. 



LAWING. ROBERT J. 
LAWS. BRENDA S 
I.AWS. NANCY A. 
LAWSON. WTLLARD F. 



LEATHERMAN. KATHY A. 
LEDFORD. THOMAS E. 
LEE. BETTY A. 
LEE. BETTY J, 



LEE, JANET R. 
LEE. PATRICIA A. 
LEE. WILLIAM S. 
LEINSS. WILLIAM S. 



LEMMONS. SHARON P 
LETT WAYNE D. 
LEWIS. BILVA n. 
LEWIS. DAISY L, 



LEWIS, JUNE C. 
LEWIS. LINDA M. 
LEWIS. MARY L, 
LEWIS. PATRItTA A. 



Mount Holly 

Fayeltevillt 

Pleasant Garden 




Newport 
Rocky Mount 
FuquayVarina 



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LEWIS, STEPHEN P. 
LEWIS. SYLVIA A. 
LICKO. BENJAMIN S. 
LIEDL. JACQUELINE 
LIKOS. ROBERT J. 



LINDFELT. ROBERT I. 
LINGLE. JACQULYN R. 
LINKO. BRENDA S. 
LITTLE, BRENDA F. 
LITTLE, JOE S. 



LITTLE. JUDITH C. 
LIVENGOOD. LARRY E. 
LLOYD. DAVID R. 
LOCKO. GEORGE A. 
LO FARO. PAUL L. 



LONG. ALLEN T. 
LONG. CHARLES E. 
LONG. EDNA C. 
LONG, JESSE L. 
LONG. WILLIAM F. JR. 



New Bern 

Swansboro 

Fairfax. Va. 

West Orange. N.J. 









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LOWDER. ROBERT L. 
LOWE. THOMAS M. 
LUCAS. JAMES C. 
LUGANI. BARBARA A. 
LUKENS. MARSHA A, 
LUPTON. JAMES E. 



LYMAN. JEFFREY F. 
MACIOROSKI. SANDRA I. 
MADAGAN. JAMES M. 
MAGGIOLO. LEWIS S. 
MAHAN. LINDA K. 
MAHLER. REBECCA L. 



MAKEMSON. JOHN C. 
MANCHESTER. JAMES D. 
MANESS, DORCAS R. 
MANGUM. FOY M. 
MANGUM. REBECCA S. 
MANN. CYNTHIA S. 



MANN, DONALD C. 
MANN. JODY L. 
MANN. WILLIAM K. 
MANNING. CHARLES W. 
MANNING. MITCHELL W. 
MANNING. PAMELA F. 



MAREE. HOWARD P. 
MARGFRU.M. RAYMOND E. 
MARKS. BILLIE D. 
MARKS. WILLIAM F. 



MARSHALL. BARBARA A. 
MARSHALL. DAVID R. 
MARSHBURN. NOLA E. 
MARTIN. HAL L, 
MARTIN. JOHN M. 
MARTIN. MELINDA J 



Gastonia 

RaleiRh 

Hyattsville. Md. 

Lowland 



Charlotte 

Oxford 

Charlotte 

Newport 

Burh'ngton 



Grifton 



: Lauderdale. Fla. 

npano Beach. Fla. 

Roanoke Rapids 

High Point 
New Bern 



Annandale. Va. 

Colonial Heights. Va. 

Newport 

Winterville 

Robersonville 

Newport 



Rocky Mount 
Jacksonville 
New Bern 



MASSEV. BRENDA C. 
MASTERS. ALLYSON B. 
MATHERNE, NOEL J. JR. 
MATTHEWS. BEVERLY A. 
MATTHEWS. DW IGHT W. 
MATTHEWS. LINDA S. 



MAULDIN. CLEMENT E 
MAULDIX. TULA A. 
MAL'NEY. MOLLY' A. 
MAY. FRANCES D. 
MAY. BETSY A. 
MAY. M.^RY' E. 



MAYHEW. THOMAS W. 
MAYS. SCARLETT L. 
MAYVILLE. MARY E. 
MCADAMS. BRENDA G. 
MCADAMS. CLAUDE E 
MCAULIFFE. ROBERT R. 



MCAULIFFE. WINIFRED M, 
MCCACHERN. JEAN P. 
MCCALL. LEON E. 
MCCALL. MARCIA L. 
MCCANLESS. VIVIAN P. 
MCCANDLISH. SUSAN R. 







W'uneibor.i. Va. 



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MCCOY. EDWARD J. 
MCCUBBLNS. CLAUDE T. 
MCDONALD. MARTHA N 



MCGFHEE. CHARLOTTE A. 
MCINTYRE. CAROL J. 
Mf KEF, JL^DITH A 
MCKLLVEY, DENNIS G. 



MCKINLEY. PATTI P. 
Mf KINNEY. ANN H 
MCKINNEY. LINDA L. 
MCKITRICK. PAMELA 



MCLAWHORN. CHARLES L 
MCLEOD. SARAH E. 
MCMAKI.N. BENJAMIN R 
MCMILLAN. CLAUDE D. 



Ml MILIIAN. CECIL 1 
MCNEILL. ALBERT E 
MEADE. JOAN D. 
MEASAMER. SYLVIA 



MFLASKY. JANE E. 
.MELNIKOV. CAROL R. 
MELSON. KAY S 
MELTON. BARBARA A. 



MFI.TON. JUDY E. 
MENEFEE. WADE W. Ill 
MFRRITT. FRANCES D. 
MERRITT, SELBY P. 



Richmnnd. Va 




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RONALD H. 


Trenton 


MEWBORN. ASA W. 


Snow Hill 


MEWBORN, MARGARET L. Kinston 


MICOL. 


RACHEL L 


Valdese 


MIDGETT. CHRISTINA 


D. Manteo 


MILLER. 


DAVID L. 


Albemarle 


MILLER. 


ELTON G. 


Avon 


MILLER. 


ROBERT C. 


Hickory 


MILLER. 


SUSIE L. 


Hickory 


MILLER. 


TAMEA A. 


Raleish 


MILLS. EDWIN G. JR. 






Ronkoi 


nkama. N.Y. 


MILLS. 


JOHN D. 


Greenville 


MILLS. MICHAEL W. 


Greenville 


MILLS. : 


?AMMY R. 


Gnmesland 


MILLSON. COLIE E. 


Hamlet 


MINTZ. 


RUTH 0. 


Aurora 


MIODUSZEW'SKl. MICH ALE 






Fayetteville 


MITCHELL, COY W. 


Weldon 


MITCHUM. WILLIAM D. 


JR. Lenoir 


MIZELLE. DOROTHY L. 


Palmyra 


MIZELL. 


SARA M. 


Charlotte 


MIXON, 


PAMELA K. 


Goldsboro 


MOBLEY. LINDA L. 


Wiliiamston 


MOCK. 


CHARLES G. 


Charlotte 


MONTGOMERY. MARTHA S. 






Durham 


MONTGOMERY. PATRICIA Graham 


MONTGOMERY. REBECCA J. 






Burlington 


MOONEY. CHARLES F. 


New Bern 


MOORE. 


DIANE 


Grifton 


MOORE, 


JOHN A. 


High Point 


MOORE. 


PATRICIA S. 


Burlington 


MOORE. 


PHOEBE M. 


Greenville 



SOPHOMORES 



MORGAN. MARION M. 
MORLAN. STEVEN C. 
MORRIS. BARBARA J. 
MORRIS, EVERETT L. JR. 



MORRIS, GEORGE R. 
MORRISETTE, STEPHEN C. 
MORRISON DONALD G. 
MORTON. BARBARA L. 



MORTON. PATRICIA R. 
MORTON. RANDY M. 
MOSELEY. ATWOOD 
MOSER. KATHY L. 



MOIER. WILLIAM H. 
MOTSINGER. JAY C. 
MOWEN, JILL L. 
MOYNIHAN, ROBERT C. JR. 



MUMFORD. JANICE M 
MUNNS. PHILLIP E. 
MURPHY. FRANCES A. 
MLIRPHY, IAN D. JR. 



WinstonSalen 

Virginia Beach. Va 

Alexandria. Va, 



Raleigh 

Kinslon 

Pampano Beach, Fla. 



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MURRAY. BRENDA D. 
MURRAY. JOHN B. 
MUSGROVE. SANDRA F 
MURSCHELL. WAYNE M. 


R„an,.ke. Va. 

Sharpsburs 

Charlotlesville. Va. 

Jacksonville 

Bridgep..rl. N J 


MYERS. DONALD R. 
MYLES. DECKER J. 
NANCE. ALPHA N. 
NANCE. LINDA G, 
NAPOWSA. CHERYL J. 


Burlington 

Fairfax. Va. 

Roanuke Rapids 

Barium Springs 

RalciKh 


NASH. CATHERINE E. 
NASH. JOHN C. 
NEAL, MALINDA L. 
NEAL. SUSAN C. 
NELMS. DONALD M. 


Oklahoma Cuv. Okla. 

Lenoir 

Mount Airy 

Durham 

Springhope 


NELMS. LINDA G. 
NELSON. MELVIN G. 
NELSON. PAMELA H. 
NEWELL. ROSEMARY 
NEWKIRK. EMILY 


Greenv'il'le 

Durham 

San Dieso. Calif. 

Raleish 



NEWMAN. THOMAS L. 
NEWMAN. WALTER C. 
NEWSOM. DIANNA E. 
NEWTON. JOHNNY L. 
NEWTON. MARY E. 



Hampton. Va. 

Fredericksbure. Va. 

Newport News. Va. 

Hickory 




NEWTON. SAMUEL C. 
NICHOLDS. GARY A. 
NICHOLS. WILSON S. Jr 
NICHOLSON. BARBARA G 
NIPARTS. HERBERT 
NISBET. WILLIAM L. Jr. 



NOBLE. JOAN C. 
NOE. JANET M. 
NOLAN. SANDRA L. 
NORMAN. BILLIE G. 
NORMAN. ROBERT W. 
NORTH. REBEKAH S. 



NORTHCUTT. DONTMA L. 
NORWOOD. VICTORIA A 
NUNES. TERRY E 
NUNN. CARLYLE W, 
OAKLEY. JESSE R 
OAKLEY. REBECf A F. 



OATES. PATRICIA A, 
OCBURN. KATHERINE I. 
OGLE. SHERRY L, 
OLIVER. JOHN M. 
OLLIFF. MARTHA C. 
OLSEN. HELEN D. 



OLVER. ERIC T. 
ONEAL. HARRY R, 
OQUINN. ROBERTA F. 
OSBORNE. JOHN W. 
OUTLAND, RUDOLPH B. Jr. 
OUTLAW. DIANNA M. 



OVERMAN. DAVID S. 
OVERTON. ANNA S 
OVERTON. BOBBY E. 
OVERTON. CHARLES III 
OVERTON. DOLLY N. 
PACE. CHARLES E 



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PALLOWICK. WILLIAM J. 
PAOLANTONIA. MARIANN 
PAPALE. MICHELE A. 
PARHAM. NAOMI A. 
PARKER, JACQUELINE H. 



PARKER. JOHN Q. 
PARKER, MARY L. 
PARKER, RICHARD F. Jc. 
PARKER. SALLl J. 
PARKERSON. DONNA L, 
PARKS, MARCIA A, 



PARRISH, DONNA J, 
PARVIN, MARY A. 
PASTERNAK, ANDREW 
PATE, FLETCHER J. 



PATTERSON, BETSY H. 
PATTON, ROSA V, 
PAUL, lERRY L, 



PAYNE, LU A, 



Rocky Mount 

Fort Lauderdale. Fla, 

Ardmore, Pa. 

Cherry Point 



Four Oaks 

Middlesex 

N,ishville 

Winston Salera 

Fayetteville 

Newport 



.Winsl.in-Salem 

Wasiiinclon 

Fayetteville 

Raleieh 

Burlington 



Mebane 

Raleieh 

Matthews 

Greensboro 



PAYNE. ROGER L. 
PAYNE. SNADRA R, 
PEACOCK. BETTY A. 
PEACOCK, NANCY R, 



PEELE. ROSE M. 
PENDERGRAFT, GEORGE L. 
PENLEY. RICHARD G. 
PENNINGTON. JULIA E. 



PERRY. CHARLES W. 
PETERS, MICHAEL S, 
PETERSON, MARGIE R. 
PHARO, ADRIAN G, 



Mount Airy 

Salisbury 

Murfressboro 



Kill Devil Hills 







PHELPS, WILLIS B, 
PHIBBS, ROY E. 
PHILLIPS. JAMES H. 
PHILLIPS, JERRI L. 



PHILLIPS, JOHNNY R, 
PHILLIPS. TONY G. 
PHILLIPS. MARY J. 
PHIPPS. GARY J, 



PIERSON. MARJORIE L, 
PIPKIN, PRESTON D. Jr, 
PITT, JUDITH A, 
PITT, RONALD C. 








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Durham 

Rockv Mount 

Rocky Mount 




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PITTMAN. I.ARRY D. 
FITIKI/.ZI. JAMES \V. 


Butncr 

Ch.ul..lte 

Wilsnn 

Alcxandrra. Va 


PITTS. EUNICE H 
PITTS PATRICIA A. 
PIATT. VALERIE J. 
PI.EM.MONS. l.INDA S. 


Garner 

Granite Falls 

ArlinEton. Va, 

Ashtville 


POGUE. I.AMORA J. 
POLLOCK, HAMISH 
POOLE. PATSY H. 
POPE, BRAXTON B. 


Arlington. Va. 

Hampton. Va. 
Durham 
Lucama 


PORTER. JACK H, 
POTTER, CHERI L. 
POTTER. CYNTHIA A. 
POTTER. PATRICIA M, 


Charlotte 

Green*-,r.i 

Asheiille 

Beaufnrt 


POWELL, SUE G, 
POWERS, VERNON C. Jr, 
PRICE. LARRY W, 
PRICE. MARSHA J, 


Ancier 

Wendell 

Fort Brace 

Jacksonville 


PRIDDY, PATRICIA A, 
PRinGEN. ROLAND S, 
PRIEST. JOSEPH G. 
PROCTOR. LINDA K. 


Pleasand Garden 

Maysville 

Council 

Rocky Mount 




SOPHOMORES 



PROCTOR. MARGARET C. 
PULLEY. MARTHA E. 
PURCELL. SAMUEL M, 
PURVIS, ELIZABETH G, 
RABHAN. SANDRA R, 
RAGLAND, SHEILA F, 



RAINS, FRANKIE C. 
RAMSEY, MARY A. 
RAWTS, lERYL S, 
RAY, PHYLLIS R, 
REAGAN. OLLIE D. Jr. 



REAVIS, LEO C, 



REDAVID LOUIS F, 
REDWINE, EDWARD D, 
REED, CHARLES T. 
REEL, EDWIN L. Jr, 
REINER, RILEY E 
REINHOLD. GERALD S, 



REYTMAUD, DAVID S, 
REYNOLDS, ROBERT 
REYNOLDS, RUTH E, 
RHODES, ROSEMARY 



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RHONEY, STEVE E. 
RICH. JULIUS H. 
RICHARDSON. WILLIAM S. 
RICKETTS. JOANNE F. 
RICKETTS. JANE G. 
RIDDICK. ALICE A. 



RIDDLE. IRENE B. 
RIDDLE. NANCY C. 
RIDENHOUR, TONI E. 
RIGGS. LARRY C. 
RIGGS. SHEILA C. 
RIKE. WILLIAM W. 
RIPANI. MARY J. 



RIPOLL. JOSE M. 
RIVENBARK. CHARLES 
RIVENBARK. JERRY D. 
RIVERA. KATHARINE L. 
RIVES. ROBERT G. 
ROACH. ANDREW T. 
ROBERSON. DONNA K. 



Ayden 

Hickory 

Jacksonvillf 



Carthaee 
AsheviUe 
LaGranfie 
Burlington 
Fayetteville 



Kei 
nanda: 



Raldeh 
Mount Olive 



COLLEGE TO HOST NATIONAL SWIM MEET IN '68. 



ROBERSON. JOHN H. 
ROBERSON. JOHNNY L 
ROBERTS. WINSTON E. 
ROBERTSON. JOHN W. 
ROBERTSON. SHERRY J. 
ROBINSON. CLAUDIA D. 



ROBINSON. GEORGE W. 
RODGERS. BRENDA J. 
RODGERS. DAVID A. 
RODRIGUEZ. JUDITH A. 
ROENSCH. RICHARD A. 
ROGERS. WILLIAM M. 



ROGERS. WILLIAM P. 
ROGERSON. ELLEN 
ROGERSON. WILLIAM R. 
ROLLIN. HOWARD M. 
ROMANO. BRUCE A. 
ROSE, RANDY K. 



ROSS. FRANCES M. 
ROSS, HOLLY M. 
ROSS. l^NNIE R. 
ROSS. PHYLLIS P. 
ROSS. ROGER D. 
ROSS. WANDA G. 



ROTH. JOHN. R. 
ROUNTREE. ANNIE M. 
ROLINTREE. RUTHELLEN 
ROWSEY. GARLAND L. 
ROYAL. ANN L. 
ROYALTY. ANNE E. 



RUDDICK. GREGG C. 
RUFTY. JAMES W. 
RULLMAN. DENETIA E. 
RUMLEY. CAROLYN W. 
RUSSELL. CHARLES F. 
RUSSELL, LINDA F. 



RUSSELL. MARY L. 
RUTH. BETTY B. 
RUTLEDGE. ALLEN 
SARO. KENNETH M. 
SAILED. DANIEL R. 
SALLES. DONNA J. 



Jacksonville 
Burlinpton 
Waynesville 



Charlotte 
Gates 
Gatesville 
Rjchmond, Va. 
Salembure 
Malaysia 



Paterson. N. J. 
Concord 



Mayodan 

Windsor 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Youngstown. Ohio 



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SANDERSON. SANDRA C 
SANDERSON. THOMASINE 
SANFORD ADA B 
SANGER. JOHN S. 
SARGENT. FRANCES L. 



NASSER. LEWIS E, 
SA'ITERFIELD. ROBERT D 
SAITERTHWAITE. HATTIE 
SAVAGE. JACKIE L. 



SAWYER. MIRIA^r 1 
SAWYER. PATRICIA 
SCHAFFORD, JO A. 
SCHAVIO. CARL J. 



SCHMIDT. ROBERT \V. 
SCHWARTZ. BONNIE L. 
SCOGGIN. CHARLES B. 
SCOGGINS. WILLIAM B. 
SCOTT, FRANCIS K. 
SCOTT. JUDITH A. 



Pink H.ll 
Pink Hill 

OranKC Va. 



Fremont 

Prospect Hill 

Tarboro 

Spring Hope 

W.isliinRlon 

Charlntte 



Milltoan. N.J. 

Hampton. Va. 

Smithfield 






SCOTT. VIRGINIA E. 
SCOVIL. MARGARET S. 
SCRUGGS. C-yNTHIA L. 
SCRUGGS. LINDA D. 
SCURRY, SHARON G. 



SEAGLE. DENNIS G. 
SEAMAN. JOYCE M. 
SEARS, JUDITH A. 
SEATON. NANCY E. 
SEAWELL. WILLIAM D. 



SECHRIST, RICHARD O. 
SEILING, MARGARET C. 
SELLERS, EMILY C. 



SERGEANT, WILLIAM 
SETLIFF, DEBORAH A 
SEXTO.N', CONNIE A 
SEYMORE, JO A 
SHALLANT, DAVID E 



SHEARIN, ELLEN T, 
SHEFFIELD, JERRY H, 
SHERMAN, MARY L, 



SHERRILL, LEE S. 
SHERRILL, MARILYN E. 
SHOCKLEY. BARBARA L. 
SHUE. CHARLOTTE F 
SHUMATE, KATHERLNE E, 



SIGMON, REBA D. 
SIKES. ANN 
SIMMONS. BEULAH P. 
SIMMONS, MARY C. 
SIMMONS, SONDRA G, 



SOPHOMORES 



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Mnoresville 

Pitman. N. J. 



Hickorv 

Raleich 

Ponsmoiith. Va. 



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SIMPSON. LINDA C 
SIMPSON. MARY F. 
SINK. LARRY B. 
SKAPIK. TANYA L. 
SKEEN. THOMAS H. 
SKIBBE. KATHLEEN B. 



SKILES. SUSAN 
SKINNER. JOAN C. 
SKIPPER. JOHN C. Jr. 
SKLAR. TOBY M. 
SLAUGHTER. JAMES L. Jr. 
SLOAN. KAREN A. 
SLOAN. MILLARD F. Jr. 



SMALL. ELIZABETH C. 
SMALLWOOD. BERNADINE 
SMITH. BARBARA N. 
S.MIFH. BRENDA K. 
SMIIH, CONNIE V. 
SMITH. CYNTHIA D. 
SMITH. CYNTHIA G. 



Willow SprinRS 

Beaufort 

Clinton 

Thomasville 

Francisco. Calif. 

Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 



FavetteviUe 

Branch. N.J. 

Durham 



Randlema 

Windsi 

Norfolk. V, 

Bculavil 



SOPHOMORES 



SMITH. DOYLE R. 
SMITH. DURHAM H. 
SMITH. ELBERT D. J 
SMITH. ELSIE H. 
SMITH. EVELYN P. 
SMITH. GENE S. 



SMITH. JAMES N. 
SMITH, JEFFERSON 
SMITH. JOAN R 
SMITH. JOHN J. 
SMITH. KANDICE L. 
SMITH. KENNETH H. 



SMITH LINDA F. 

SMITH. MARCIE P. 

SMITH. MARY L. 

SMITH. NANCY R. 

SMITH. RALPH R. 

SMITH. REBECCA J. 



SMITH. SAUNDRA K. 
SMITH, STEVEN B. 
SMITH, SUSAN K. 
SMITH, SYLVIA K. 
SMITH, TIMOTHY K, 
SMITHSON. HERSEY Jr. 



SNAVELEY. ROBERT G. 
SNELL. CARROLL A. 
SNIPES. DAVID B. 
SOLTYS. MICHAEL A. 
SOUTHALL. PHYLLIS D 
SOUTHERLAND. FRED J. 



SOUTHERLAND. JAMES D 
SOUTHERLAND. RICHARD 
SOWARD. ROYAL P. 
SPARKS. MARGARET L, 
SPARROW, WILLIAM C. 



SPEARS. LYNDA L. 



SPEARS, MARTHA B. 
SPENCE, RONALD I, 
SPITHALER, DARLENE D, 
SPIVEY, SUSAN B. 
SPIVEY. THOMAS B. 
SPRINGETT. NANCY L. 



Lansdale. Pa. 

Kinston 

Lansdale, Pa. 



Faye 



(tile 



Raleish 

Elizabeth City 

Durham 

Rocky Mount 

Camden 



Charlotte 

Wriehtsville Beach 

Sanford 



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MAIir,'^, HARllARA D 
MAIll-.'.s ntW'EV A. 
STAI.IINC.S, MNDA C 
STANI.FY. fVNTHIA S 


Plymouth 
Mclean. Va, 
Enfield 
Sm.thhelJ 
Pnnceton 
Clarendon 


STEARNS, DALE A 
STEEIE. ANN H 
STEPHENSON. THOMAS P. 
STEPHENSON, WTLTARD G. 
STEVENS, Gl.ENDA S, 
STO( KTON, DOUGLAS M. 


Burlintlon 
Waxhaw 
Goldsboro 
RaleiBh 
Greensboro 
Greenvjile 


STODEN, EDWARD J. 
STOLTZ, CECELIA K. 
STOTT, GAYLE J, 
STRAUGHN, JACQUELINE 
STRAVVBRIDGE, MARTHA B 
STREET, SUSAN J. 


Falls Church, Va. 

S.inford 

Norfolk, Va. 

RalciKh 

Rocky Mount 

Medford Lakes. N. J. 


STRICKI AND, LOUIS E 
STRKKIAND, NAN W, 
SIRKKIAND, RUDY C, 
STRKKLAND, WILLIAM A. 
STRINGFELLOW. DONALD 
STROUD. CYNTHIA A 


Rock-v Mount 

Bailey 

Smithfield 

Louisburg 

Jacksonville 

Kinston 



STRUPP. JUDITH F. 
STUBBS. CLYDE V. 
STUCKEY. CHARLES \V, 
STRUM. SARAH A. 


Greensboro 

Greenville 

RaleiRh 

Greenville 


STYRON. PATRICIA K, 
SULTAN. JOHN R. 
SUMMERFIELD. DAVID B. 
SUMNER. NELLIE B. 


Atlantic 
Fitchbure. Mass 
Chesapeake. Va. 


SUMNER. PAULA A. 
SUMRELL, CAROLYN J, 
SUTTER, ROBERT R, 
SWAIN, TERESA C, 


Greensboro 

Simpson 

Raleiiih 

New Bern 


SWAN. DOROTHY A. 
SYKES. AMOS H. 
SYKES. FELIX J, Jr, 
SYKES. ROBERT L, Jr, 


Newark. Del. 
Kinston 
Kinston 

Rocky Mount 


SYLVESTER, TONI S. 
SYTMNESTVEDT, KURT 
TABAR. GUY S 
TALTON, IRIS A. 


Portsmouth. Va. 

Bryn Athyn. Pa. 

Greenville 

Grifton 


TANGEL. BRUCE J 
TARLTON. GROVER C. 
TART. DONTs-'IE R, 
TATE. I INDA D 


Manhasset. N. Y 

Gnldshoro 

Princeton 

Chffsidc 


TATE. LINDA R, 
TAYIOR. RONNIE R 
TAYLOR. DIANNA I 
TAYLOR. EMILY D. 


Memt'his Tenn 

C onsvav 

Smyrna 

Robersonville 




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TEAC.LIE. WILLIAM 
TEEL. LEE R. 
TEEL, PATRICIA J. 
TEETER. JEEFREY Q. 



THARRINGTON. MARGARET 
THAXTON. DENNIS E. 
THOMAS. ANNE K. 
THOMAS. CAROLYN J. 
THOMAS, FRANCES K 
THOMAS. GLADYS 



THOMAS. ORA A. 
THOMAS. ORLEAN L. 
THOMAS. RACHEL 
THOMPSON. BETTY K 



THOMPSON. LINDA P. 
THOMPSON. PATRICIA A. 
THOMPSON. PAULINE E. 
THOMPSON. SARAH N. 
THOMPSON. WILLIAM L. 
THOMSON. BRENDA S. 



THORNE. FRANCES D. 
THORNTON. MILDRED J. 
TILLMAN. LINDA C. 
TINGLE. RITA C. 
TINGLE. TREVA D. 
"UPTON. LAWRENCE E. 



Youngsvillf 
Charlotte 

Oxford 

Pe-Khland 

Burgaw 



Chatham, Va. 

Burhneton 

Milford. Del. 

Havelock 



SOPHOMORES 



TOFANI. JOANNE M. 
TOLNITCH. SUSAN K, 
TOWTMSEND. DONNA 1 
TOWNSEND. JAMES V, 
TRACY. WALTER J. 



TRENT. PATRICIA J. 
TRUITT. NANCY C 
TUCK. MARGARET J. 
TUDOR. DONALD N. 
TLINSTALL. JOSEPH P. Jr. 



TURCOTTE. JUANITA L. 
TURNER. BRENDA G. 
TURNER. DAPHNE E. 
TURNER. JOHN S. 
TURNER. KENNETH W. 



TURNER. LINDA G. 
TUSSEY. PAMELA C 
TYLER. HARRY L. 
TYLER. JOHN R. 
TYSON. JOHN K, 



Washington D.C. 



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UNDERWOOn, ELIZABETH 
UPrHURCH. Mlf HAEI. L 
USir. Ci-NTHIA S 
UTIEY, f AROl.VN A 
VALl.ER'i-, ROBERTA J 



VANCE, KATE H 
VAl'SE JOHN 1 Jr 
VEASE^' MARY M 
VENTERS SARA I 
VERRONE. JERRY M. 



VIC.NETTI, KAREN L 
WArHTEE. f ATHERINE L. 
WAODEEI.. DON G, 
WAnnELL. lEAN C. 
WAGES. JOHNNIE C. 



WAEPNER, MirHAEL I 
W'AEDROP. BONNIE A 
WALKER. EDDIE I. 
WALKER. ELIZABETH T. 
WALKER, EL'GENTA E 



Arlineton. Va. 

Raleieh 

Linsdale. Pa. 

Favelitville 

Warren. N J 



\\"inst..n-Salcn! 

Kinst..r 

Abcrdcer 

Gnmeilanc 

New Berr 



MODEL UN SECURITY COUNCIL CONJ ENES AT EC. 



WALKER. EVELYN E. 
WAIKFR. JAMES W. 
WALKER. LlNTlA K. 
WALKER .SIDNEY D 
WALKER srs.^N D, 
WALE. DANNY J. 
WALLACE. EVELYN L. 



WALLER. JOYCE L. 
WALROD. MARY S. 
WALSH. ROBERT J. 
WALTERS. lANE C. 
WARD. CATHERINE 
WARD. DENNIS E. 
WARD. SHARON K. 



WARREN RITA A. 
WARREN. SANDRA B 
WARREN. ROGER A. 
WARTH. SUSAN D. 
WASHINGTON. PATRICIA G. 
WATERS. BONNER J 
WATERS. JO C. 



W ATERS. TERRY L. 
WATSON. DIANNE E 
WATSON, WILLIAM E 
WAUGH KAREN L, 
WAYNE. JEEEREY E 
WEBH. ANDREA J. 
WEBB. CATHERINE C. 



WEBB. JOSEPH E 
WEBSTER. Br'BBY R 
WEISE. MAL:REEN B 
WEISIGER. LEWIS A 
WELLBORN. TERESA I. 
WELLS. JAMES L. 
WELLS. STELLA W. 



WELLS. THELMA S 
WEST EDDIE H. 
WEST. ELIZABEIH D, 
WEST. LINDA I.. 
WEST. SUSAN 
WEST. WILLIAM E. 
WESTBROOK. CAROLYN S. 










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WHITE. ANN 
WHITE, CHARLES H. 
WHITE. JOAN W. 
WHITLEY. LINDA A. 



WHITLEY. PAUL R. Rocky Mount 

WHITLEY. RODONNA E. 

Rocky Mount 
WHITLEY. WILLIAM D. Greenville 
WHITNEY, LINDA K. Greenville 

WHITWELL. TOMMYE J. 

Vircinij Beach. Va. 
WILEY. DANIEL R. Durham 

WILKINSON. JOHN D. Durhani 

WILKINSON. MARGARET A. 

Prospect Hill 
WILLARD. GRADY L. Jr. Goldsboro 

WILLIAMS. EVA C. Louisburs 

WILLIAMS, FREDDIE T. Greenville 
WILLIAMS. GAIL L. New Bern 

WILLIAMS. HARRY J. Jr. 

Rocky Mount 
WILLIAMS. JACKIE A. 

Rocky Mount 
WILLIAMS. JACKSON C. Hickory 

WILLIAMS. JAMES M. Durham 

WILLIAMS. MARGARET A. 

Roanoke Rapids 

WILLIAMS. NOAH C. Jr. RaleiRh 
WILLIAMS. SHARON A. Asheville 
WILLIAMS. SHARON L. Pinetown 

WILLIAMS. SHERRY L. 

Roanoke Rapids 
WILLIAMS. SHIRLEY T, Elm City 
WILLIAMSON. HENRY G. 

Cerro Gordo 
WILLIS. CAROLINE L. Marshallberg 
WILSON. BETTY F. Burlington 




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WILSON. JUDY B. 
WILSON. PATRICIA A. 
WILSON. STANCIL W. 
WILSON. WILLIAM W. 
WINDLEY. ANITA G. 
WINGATE, CLAUDIA 



Durham 

Rockineham 

Louisburs 



SOPHOMORES 



WINSLOW, LLOYD E. Sunbury 

WINSLOW, PERCY L. Belvidere 

WISENBURG. NANCY J. Jamestown 
WITHERS. ROGER W. China Grove 
WITHEROW. ROBERT P. 

Dayton. Ohio 
WOLFF. BARBARA A. Eden N.Y 
WOMBLE. PATRICIA C. Durham 

WOOD. BETTY J. Morehcad City 



WOOD. DEBORAH L. 

WOOD. DEMPSEY R. 

WOOD. DILLON L, 

WOOD. KENNETH L. 

WOOD. MICHAEL G. 

WOOD. ROBERT A. 

WOOD. SHARON L. 

WOOD. SHEILA M. 



WOODARD. KENNETH O. Jr. 

Ralcich 
WOObBURN. TOMMY J. FayetteviIIe 
WOLARD. LYDIA K. Washinston 
WOOTEN. JEAN E. Maple Hill 

WOOTEN, MARY E. Macclesfield 
WOOTEN. WILLIAM W. 

East Hampton. N.Y. 
WRIGHT. ANTHONY L. Graham 

WRIGHT. JANICE M. Greensboro 

WRIGHT. SANDRA K. Burlineton 

WYLIE. ROBIN L. Cherry Point 

WYNNE. ELEANOR L. Williamstown 
YANCEY. JUDITH M. Oxford 

YANCEY. MARSHALL E. Jr. 

Oxford 
YARBROUGH. REBECCA J. 

Lexington 
YARBROUGH. SUSANNA L. 

Thomasville 
YELVERTON. ANN C. Fremont 



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YELVERTON. DONNA C. 
YELVERTON. STEPHEN T. 
YOPP. IRA T. Ill 
YOUNG. DENNIS A. Win 
YOUNG. MARTHA J. 
YOUNT. SARAH J. 
ZIERATH. SUSAN P. 



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Charlotte 

Vinston-Salcm 

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Naive Freshmen were awed with the fresh, 
new collegiate experience. They were un- 
t.imilijr, shy, .ind hesitant; tor this was a 
year of firsts — new friends, registration, 
homecoming, college basketball games, and 
spring elections. As the year progressed, 
they felt that they were really a part of the 
college. 













ADAMS. HELEN F. 
ADAMS. JUDITH A 
ADAMSON. SUSAN 
ADCOCK. KATHR-i-N J. 



AJAS. TERUYO 
ALBRIGHT. LYNDA J. 
ALDERMAN. BRUCE H. 
ALDRIDGE. WILLIAM E. 
ALEXANDER. CATHIE J. 
ALEXANDER. HENRY B 



ALEANDER. LINDA R 
ALEXANDER. THOMAS 
ALFORD. DOLORES A. 
ALLEN. BRENDA C. 
ALLEN. HERMAN O 
ALLEN. MARY A 



San ford 

Chester. S.C. 

Launnburs 

West Palm Beach. Fla. 

Spnncfreld. Va. 

Clemmons 



Winsfon-Salem 
Hieh Point 



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ALLEN. MARY F. 
ALLEN. ROBERT E. 
ALLEN. SUSAN C. 
ALLEN. SYLVIA B. 
ALMOND. LINVILLE S. 
ALSTON. WILLIAM S. Jr 



Wake Potest 

Rocky Mount 

Halifax 

Fayetleville 



Charlotte 

Albemarle 

Windsor 



FRESHMEN 



ANDERSON. JOHN W. 
ANDERSON. lOYCE Y. 
ANDERSON. KAREN C. 
ANDERSON. PAMELA I 
ANDERSON. STEVEN L. 
ANDREWS. BARBARA A. 



ANDREWS. CHARLES K. 
ANGEL. CATHY J. 
ANGEL. ELLEN D. 
ANTHONY. JOSEPH E. 



ASHLEY. CYNTHIA D. 
ASTER. JOAN C. 
ATKINS. BARBARA S. 
ATKINS. JOSEPH B, 
ATKINS. JERRY W. 
ATKINSON. ANN E. 



ATTWILL. WILLIAM R. 
AUSTIN. JAMES F. 
AUSTIN. JANICE E. 
AUSTIN. NONIE R. 
AY'ERS. MICHAEL B. 
AYERS. PATSY A. 



BAGBY. RICHARD L. 
BAGWELL. WILLIAM A. 
BAILES. JLIDY D. 
BAILEY. ANNE C. 



BAILEY. DONNA M. 
BAILEY. MELBERN C Jr 
BAILEY. PATRICIA 
BAIRD. ROBERT W. 
BAIRD. WANDA I 
BAKER. BILLY W. Jr. 



ALVARADO. MANUEL 
AMAN. ANNA J. 
AMON. DONALD E. Jr. 
AMOS. WANDA S. 



Burlineton 

Durham 

.ckv Mount 



Clayton. Del. 
Dunn 

Sandlake. Pa. 




Winston-Salem 

Laurinburs 

Greensboro 

Red Springs 



Devil Hill 

New Bern 

Raleish 



Newark. Del. 



RaleiBh 

Charlotte 

Smithf.eld 

Raleigh 

Sanford 

Spring Hope 



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BAKER. WANDA (.,. 
BAKER. WILEIAM C 
BAKER. WILLIAM D 
BALAK. JOSEPH R. 
BALDWIN. LINDA L 


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Raleifih 

inston-Salem 

Lenoir 

Burlincton 

Longliurst 

Slier City 


BALDWIN. RALPH A. 
BALKCUM. Cj\ROL'l-N B, 
BAl I.. REBEKAH L 
BAIL MARTHA H 
PALLANTE. LESTER W. 
BALI ANfE. THO.MAS W II 


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Chatlottt 

Garland 

Greensboro 

inston-Salem 

zabeth City 

New Bern 


BANKO. ROBERTA S. 
BANKS. ELLIS S, Jr. 
BANKS. JEANETTE L, 
BARBEE. SUSAN G 
BARBOUR. BETT^- G. 
BARBOUR. GLORIA D. 




Sprint: Lake 

Trenton 

Rcidsville 

Richsland 

Raleish 

Benson 


BARBOUR. WTLLARD R. 
BARDY. ALAN A. 
BARHAM. DORIS J. 
BARHAM. EDWARD L. Jr. 
BARICK. MARION E 
BARKLEY. MARGARET R. 


W 


Raleigh 
Greensboro 
Wandell 
RaleiKh 
Raleigh 
inslon-Salem 


BARKLEY. PHYLLIS A. 
BARNES, SRRA L, 
BARNETT. RANDALL P. 
BARNHILL. BARBARA D 
BARNHILI WALTER R 
BARRY, WILMA M. 




Sharpsbure 
Forest City 
Roufitmonl 
Durham 
Battlcboro 
Albemarle 



PRESIDENT ENTERTAINS FRESHMEN AT ANNUAL TEA. 



BARTLETT. RONALD L, 
BARTLETT. SANDRA K. 
BARTO. CLARENCE O. Ill 
BARTON. KATHRYN A. 
BARWICK. KENNETH D 
BARTLETT. RONALD L. 


Alexandria. Va. 

Snow Hill 

Jacksonville 

Winston-Salem 

Mount Olive 

Alexandria. Va. 


BASS. HARRIET S. 
BASS, PAMELA J. 
BASTIAN. STANLEY 
BATCHELOR, MICHAEL F, 
BATTEN, roNNIE M. 
BAUrOM. JOHN C, 


Bailes 

Dunn 

Winston-Salem 

Rocky Mount 

Selma 

Raleich 


BAUCOM. JOHN V. 
BAYSDEN. ALTON R. 
BEACH. ROBERT C, 
BEAMAN DOUGLAS E. 
BEASLEY. FISHER J, 
BEATTIE. ELFNICE M, 


Charlotte 

Greenville 

Williamstnn 

Arlincton, Va, 

Kannapolis 

Belmont 


BEATTY. JULIE A. Charlotte 
BEAUIIEU, AN'NA E. McLean Va. 
BEAVERS. DAVID L, Jr Winslon-Salem 
BEBBER, DOUGLAS R, Ashevillc 
BEDSWORTH, JANINE M, Marcarita. Canal Zone 
BEIDERBECKE. BRUCE J. Charlotte 


BFITEL LAWRENCE D. Jr 
BEITL, JO A 
BELAND, MARVIN C, 
BELCHER, ROBERT G 
BELL, DIANNE 
BELL. RONALD L. 


Winston-Salcm 

Hillsborough 

Smithfield 

Oxford 

Farmville 

Rocky Mount 



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BENNETT. RONALD B. 




Ashcville 


BENNETT. SUSAN M. 




Ayden 


BENNETT. TONY R. 




Whitakers 


BENTON. JERRY W. 




Burhngton 


BERLAGE. HEATHER S. 




Fayetteville 


BERNARD. CLIFTON A. 


Ches . 


aneake. Va. 


BERNHARDT. JOHNNY L. 


China Grove 


BERNHARDT. WALTER S. 




Salisbury 


BEST. ABBIEGAIL L. 




Raeford 


BEST. ALICE C. 




Goldsboro 


BEST. BENJAMIN N. Jr. 




Raleifih 


BEST. NANCY L. 




Goldsboro 


BEST. JENTMY L. 




GreenvMle 


BIGGS. DANIEL G. 




Burlington 


BILODEAU. PHILLIP H. 


Manchester. N.H. 


BINGHAM, DAVID D. 


Spri; 


ngfield. Va. 


BINKLEY. JOHN E. Ill 


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inston-Salem 


BISSETTE. ELIZABETH G. 




Hish Point 


BITTNER. NANCY L. 


M: 


^rehead City 


BLACK. MARY M. 




Lexington 


BLACKBURN. JEAN C. 
BLACKMON. ARCHIE L. 




Wilmineton 




New Bern 


BLACKSON. PATRICE R. 




Charlotte 


BLACKWELDER. GARY L Mou 


nt Hnlly Sprinc. Pa. 


BLACKWELL. LEE H. Jr. 




Goldsboro 


BLALOCK. LINDA F. 




Laurinburg 


BLANCHARD. JANET G. 




Greenville 


BLAND. DONNIE R. 




Enfield 


BLAND. DANNY C. 




New Bern 


BLAND. THOMAS H. 




Goldsboro 


BLAND. WILLIAM G. 




Goldsboro 


BLANKENSHIP. MARTHA G. 




Weavenillc 



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BLANYON. CAROL A. 
BLAYLOCK. KFNNTH W 
BLAYLOCK. NORMAN B. 
BLEVINS. WANDA S. 
BLUE. SHARON L. 
BLUMENSTEIN. FRANCES 



BLYTHE, JO A 
BOAZ, lAMES M 
BODENHEIMER. CHARLES 
BOEDEKER. CHARLES M. 
BOISSEAU. BENJAMIN C. 
BOKKON. LINDA C. 



BOLTON. LINDA L. 
BOLT. lAMES T. 
BONE. "BRENDA I. 
BONE. LARRY S. 
BONNER. CONSTANCE M- 
BOOKER. EDWARD L. 



BOONE. DAVID E. 
BOONE. lANICE M. 
BOONE. SIDNEY G. 
BORDEAUX. PEGGY L. 
BOST. ROGER W. 
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BOWMAN. KAY M, 
BOWSER. MAMIE E 
BOYD. GAYNOR C. 



BOYD ROBERT I 
BOYKIN, BOBBY D. 
BOZMAN. VAEIGHN P. 
BRAAK. BERNARD B 
BRADEEY KATHRYN 
BRADSHAW. BRENDA 



BRADSHAW. EIEEEN 
BRADSHER, SUZANTJE H. 
BRADY. DEBORAH C 
BRAKE KATHERTNE M 
BRANIN. MARK J 
BRANSCOMB. RAOHEI, J, 



BRANTLEY. CAROL-iTS! F. 

BRASWEM.. BENIAMIN T, 

BRASWEEL. BETTY J. 

BRASWFEE. BRENDA J. 



Balileborn 

Enlicid 

Rockv Mount 

G.. Unborn 

Sanford 

Grah.im 



BRAXTON, RONALD E. 
BREEDEN. EDWARD E. Jr. 
BREEDLOVE. CAROLYN J. 



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BREITMAN. PAUL 
BRIDENSTINE ANN M 
BRIDGE, SHARON L 
BRIDGEMAN. PHYLLIS G. 
BRIDGERS, CHARLES W. 



BRIDGERS, GRANT T, Jr 
BRIDGERS, LINDA M. 
BRIGHT. CAROLYN A 
BRINSON. FRANCINE D 
BRINSON. MARION E. 
BRITT. JAMES A. 



BRITT. LARRY T 
BRITT, THOMAS S. 
BROAI)HI:RsT. SUSAN A 
BR(X K. f YRUS W 
BRODIE. EDWARD H, 
BROOKS, ELIZABETH A. 



BROOKS, HELEN L. 
BROOKS, KAREN M, 
BROOKS, WARREN S. 
BRfJWN, ANNA C 
BROWN, ( AROLYN J, 
BROW.N, CLAIRE C, 



BROWN, CLARENCE S, 

BROWTM. CYNTHIA A. 

BROWN, EDWARD J Jr 

BROWN, LINDA J. 



BROWN, VINCE G, 
BROWNING, PRISriLLA 
BRIINSON. RICHARD D 
BRYAN. KELLY F. 
BRYANT. CYNTHIA 
BRYANT. PAULETTE 



Lowrv A.F.B , CoL 
Charlotte 
AsheviUt 



Ahnskic 
Macclesfitld 
Macclesfield 

New Bern 
Newlon Grove 



Ha;el«u„d 
Gnfton 
Gtiflon 



BiookLindMlIt, Md 
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Raeford 
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Goldsboro 

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Elizabeth Citv 






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BRYANT. WILLIAM T. 
BRYANT. WINIFRED L 
BUCHANAN. VERNON 
BUCKNER. JERRY L. 



BUFF, JACKIE F. 
BUCKNER. RODNEY W 
BULLOCK. GWEN E. 
BUMGARDNER. KAREN ( 
BUMGARNER. SUSAN C. 



BUNCH. BRENDA K. 
BUNCH. EARL W. 
BUNCH, VELTON R. 
BURCH. ROBIN E. 
BURGESS, HARVY D. 



BURGESS, MARY J. 
BURGESS, NANCY C. 
BURKE. ETTA D. 
BURKE, SHARON R. 
BURNETTE. MARGARET N. 



BURNS. DAVID J. 
BURNS. lANICE M. 
BURNS. ROBERT L. 
BUSCHMAN. lANE C 
BUTLER. DONALD E. 



BUTLER. lAMES W. 
BUTLER. TERESA I. 
BUTTS. RONAID B. 
BYRD. CHARLES T. 
BYRD. FRIEDA G. 



Winston-Salem 



Rutherfoidton 
Lciksvillc 
Rdxboro 



Edenton 

Rocky Mount 

Washington 




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BYRNE. HENRY G. 
CADE. JANE M. 
CAHOON. KARL G. 



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CAHOON. YVONNE C. 
CAIN. MARY S. 
CALCUTT. STEPHEN D. 
CALDWELL. KENNETH C. 
CALHOUN. ELIZABETH B. 


Greensboro 
New Bern 
Greensboro 
Winston-Salem 
StatesviUe 
Sanford 


CALLAHAN. WILLIAM G. 
CAMPBELL. ANNETTE R. 
CAMPBELL. CHERYL A. 
CAMPBELL. DAVID A. 
CAMPBELL. KATHRYN L. 
CAMPBELL. WALTER E. Jr. 


Laoville, N.Y. 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Brevard 

Goldsboro 

Rnckv Mount 


CAMPBELL. WILLIAM R. 
CANDLER. MARTHA A. 
CANIPE. HERBERT W. Jr. 
CANNING. TIMOTHY A. 
CANNON. LOU E. 
CANNON. SUE E 


Sanford 

Fayetteville 

Rockingham 

Greenv[IIe 

Grimesland 

Bethel 


CANTLEY. CERNEY D. 
CAPEL. HELENE C. 
CAPPS. RIE D. 
CAPPS. KIRBY B. 
CARAWAN. BEVERLY R. 
CARAWAY, CHERYL A, 


Norfolk, Va. 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville 

Laurinburg 

Greenville 

Winslnn-Salem 



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CARMICHAEI,. ALISON G, 
CARPENTER, JO A 
CARPER, CEORGE M, Jr. 
CARR, CAROE A 
CARRAWAV. GEORGE B 



CARRAWAY. SUDIE A 
CARRIER ERANCES T 
CARRIKER. ALICE A. 
CARROII, BETTY E. 
CARROLL. I.UELLEN 
CARROLL .SHARON K 



CARROLL, THOMAS R. Jr. 
CARTER, lUDITH K. 
CARTWRIGHT. MARTHA E. 
CARTWRIGHT ROBERT M 
CARVER. EVEL-iTv) B. 
CASE. DAVID R 



CASEY. lAMES M. 
CASEY. JAMES N. 
CASH. ROY E Jr. 



Downinclon. P^ 

Durhai 

Winsl..n-S.ilci 



Grifton 

WlshinRlon 

Charlotte 



Dudley 

H.impton, Va. 

SpinJalc 



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CASSELL. THOMAS M 
CATHEY. GEORGIA M 
CATLETT. CASSANDRA J 
CALETTE, SUSAN L. 
CATTLE. CAROLYN A 
CAVANAUGH. JEROME F. 



CAVTON. JOH.V M 
CHAFFEE. PAMELA R. 
CHALMERS, THOMAS W, 
CHAMBERS. NANCY L. 
CHAMBLEE. HEI EN B. 
CHAMBLESS. REBECCA T. 



CHANDLER. CATHY I. 
CHAPMAN, CYNTHIA 
CHECK. MARY J. 
CHEEK. CYNTHIA E. 
CHERRY, HENRY L. 
CHERRY, MARGARET C 



CHERRY. PEGGY T. 
CHILDERS. FLOYD D. 
CHILDRESS. DANIEL H. 
CHIPMAN. ROBERT A. Jr. 
CHI50M. SHERMAN L. 
CLACK. MARY J. 



(LARK. MICHAEL G. 
CLARK, WILLIAM B. 
CLARK NXILLIAM G. 
CLARKE, JANLS S. 
CLARKE. sroTT O. 
CLEARY. MARGARET S. 



Franklmt.in 

Kinston 

Washington. DC 



Roanrjkc. Va. 




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CLIBORNE. JUDITH L. 
CLEMMONS, ORA L. 
CLIFTON. SANDRA K. 
CLODFELTER. FRANCES 
CLOUTIER. DAVE F. Jr. 



CLUNE. THOMAS J. 
COAKLEY. CATHY E. 
COATS. SARAH L. 
COBB. JACK M Jr. 
COBLE, CHARLES E. 
COCKMAN. IVEY L. 



CODY. LINDA S. 
COKER. JOHN H. 
COLENDA. PATRICIA A. 
COLEY. LINDA D. 
COLEY. CHARLES F. 
COLLINS. JOHNNY P. Ill 



COLTRAIN, BRENDA A. 
CONLON. KATHLEEN E. 
CONROY. JOSEPH A. 
CON^'ERS. MARY C. 
COOK. HELEN E. 
COOLEY, LESLIE A. 



COOPER. JANE F. 
COOPER. LLOYD E. 
COPENHAVER PAULA A. 
CORBETT. SYLVIA E. 
CORBITT. CHARLES H. Jr. 
CORDER. DUANE A. 



COREY. SUSAN M. 
CORINTH. MARY E. 
CORTELYOU. CATHERINE 
COSNER. FRANCIS J. Ill 
COTRONE. AUDREY G. 
COWARD. RETHA J. 



Fayetleville 

Union Level, Va. 

Southport 

Bethesda. Md. 

Lexington 

Loring A.F.B., Maine 



Four Oaks 

Winston-Salem 

Greensboro 

Southport 



Oxford 

Kernersville 

lockv Mount 

Raleigh 



Alexandria. Va. 



Attkinson 
Franklin. Va. 
MiUord. Del. 



Hickory 

Rocky Mount 

Arlington. Va. 

Clearwater. Fla. 

Bethpaee. N.Y. 

Greenville 



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COX. ALPHIA G. 
COX. DARYLE 
COX, DONNA J. 
COX. EULA C. 



Newton Grove 

Charlotte 

Jamestown 

Washington 



COX. JACQLIELINE A. 
COX. MARY K. 
COX. MARY V. 
(OX. PEGGY A. 
COX. SARA E. 
CRAMER. BARBARA E. 



CRANE. KATHLEEN C. 
CRANE. MICHAEL L. 
CRANFORD. JANICE R. 
CRATER. BARBARA A. 
CRAWFORD. ALICIA J. 
CRAWFORD. DOUGLAS 



CRAWFORD. ELIZABETH C 
CRAWFORD. LINDA L. 
CRAWFORD. MARY C. 
CRAWFORD. STEPHEN B. 
CREOLE. MARY E. 
CREOLE. \NTLLIE E. 



Belhaven 
Greensboro 



Charlotte 
Laurinburg 

Charlotte 
Greensboro 
Goldsboro 



Concord 

Swansboro 

Raleigh 

Jamestown 

Markers Island 

Washington 



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CREECH. GIBBIE S, 
CRISP. WILI.IAM I. 
CROMARTIE. ELIZABETH 
CROMPTON. JAMS L. 



CROOKE. lAMts R. 
CROSBY. WILLIAM S. 
( ROSS MARTHA A 
CRUISE. GLENDA J. 
CRLI.MPLER. THOMAS D. 



CL'LBERTSON. LETA L. 
CULBRETH. WALTER M. 
CULLIFER. CHRISTOPHER 
f LILLOM. ERAXCES C 
CULP, JAMES G 



CL'IP, WILLIAM D. 
CLIMBER. WILLIAM E. 
CUNDIFF. RONALD i 



CLKHMAN. ANNE F 
CUTLER. LEWIS E 
CUTTS. HOWARD V. 
DALTON. CLEVFSTER Jr 
DAMON. MARGARET L. 



15ANIELS. JIMMIE E. 



Newport 

Stovall 

Salisbury 



Raleigh 
Oxioid 
Clinton 



DANIELS, PEGGY M. 
DANIELS. RITSSELL W. 
DARDEN. NOEL J. 
DARNELL. STEPHEN W. 



HARROW. BILLY R. 
DAUf.HTRlDGE BETSY A. 
DALT.HTRY. LOLA H. 
DAUGHTRY, THOMAS M. 
DAVENPORT. ELIZABETH 
DAVENPORT. HILDA R. 



DAVENPORT. LINDA G. 
DAVIDSON. SANDRA I. 
DAVIS. CONNIE C. 
DAVIV. ELIZABETH A, 
DAVIS. JERRY B 
DAVIS. JOSEPHINE A 



DAVIS. LOUIS P. 
DAVIS. MARY E. 
DAVIS. PAULINE 
DAVIS. REBECCA J. 
DAVIS. ROBERT W. 
DAY. SANDRA K, 



DLAI , JI RRY I 
DEAL. LARRY R. 
DEAN. NANCY C 
DEAVER. BRENDA G. 
DEBNAM MARr.ARET 
DEEM. BEVERLY A, 



WashinBton 

Rocky Mnunt 

Smithfield 




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DFESE DALTON W. 
DEHART, HARRY A. 
DEMONBREUN. GERALD L, 
DENBY ELMER C. 
DENNING. DIANE L. 



DEMPSEY. FRANCIS M. 
DENMARK, MARY H. 
DENSON, JANE C, 
DERBYSHIRE. MARY \> 
DERRETH. BARBARA E 
DESLER. MARCIA L. 



DEVANCE. JOHN M. 
DFVORE. KATHLEEN 
DEW. JO A. 
DICKENSON. WILLIAM 
DICKERSON. MARY F. 
DICKINSON, JOHN G. 



DILLARD. LINDA J. 
DILLINGHAM, ANNA 
DIUGUID. RANDOLPH 
DIXON. CATHFRINE E. 
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DODD, MARY E, 
DONNELL, MICHAEL 
DOREY WILLIAM F, 
DOUGHERTY DAYL 
DUDASIK. JOSEPH J. 



DI.IDLEY, OWEN F 
DUDLEY. WALTER R. 
DliNCAN. SANDRA E. 
DUPREE. RICHARD B. 
DURHAM. DELORES J. 
DURHAM. MARY L. 



DUTTOM, BETTY A, 
EARLY. DANA E 
EDDINS., PATRICIA A, 
EDGE, CARSON M. 
EDGE CONNIE S 
EDGERTON, JUDINE V, 



EDGERTON, JAMES H. Jr, 
EDGERTON, PATTIE M, 
EDMONDSON RUSSELL 
EDWARDS, BRENDA A 
EDWARDS. CYNTHIA B 
EDWARDS, DONALD E, 



EDWARDS, MARY L, 
EDWARDS. SANDRA L. 
EDWARDS. TULA H. 
ELDER. DARRELL L. 



FIKS, CHARLES B, Jr. 
ELIINBERGER, THOMAS C, 
ri I I NHERGER, TIMOTHY 
I lOTT, BRENDA J, 



Burlington 
7ake Forest 
S,inf.ird 
Greenville 
Leaksville 
New Bern 



Glenshaw. Pa. 
High Point 
Snow Camp 



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EVERETT. I>,,\1ES H 
EZZELE. N'OEA E. 
E//FEE, ROBERT H. 
EZZELE. MARY R. 
EZZELE. WILLIAM \V. 



FAGGE. SANDRA C. 
FALLOWFIELD. SANDRA E 
EALLS. BONNIE R. 
FANN. JIMMY R. 



Clinton 
Rocky Mnunt 



FARRELE. 
FENNELL. 
FERREE. 
FERRELL. 



FERREI.L. WAVERLY J. 
FESTER, SHELIA L. 
FICKEIN. lOHN T. 
FIELDS. BETTY J. 
FIELDS. GARY \V. 



FINCH. KENNTH D, 
FINDEEY. JOHN E. 
FIRESTONE. CAROL A. 
FISHER, rprEIA L. 
FISHER. JOHN M. 



FISHER, Il'DlTH F 
FISHER, MARTHA I, 
FISHER, PAMELA F 
FIZER, SANDRA E 
FLANAGAN. DW'IGHT J, 



FLAKE. BETSY R, 
FLEMINT,. WILLIAM 
FLINT. JANET E 



FLYF. PAUL W. 
FLYTHE. MEREDITH 1 
FOGLE, GORDON L. 
FOIL. THOMAS A Jr, 
FORBES, JOHNNY \V, 



FORBES. ROGER W. 
FORD. LYNN D 
FORI). HEIFN P 
FORD. JO A- 
FOREHAND. LINDA P, 



WTI.IIAM N, Jr 
LINDA A, 
WATER F, 
SANDRA L, 



Durham 
Asheville 
Launnburg 



Jacksonville 

Arlinston. Va. 

Newport News. Va. 

Faveltcville 

Gran.te Qiwrry 



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FORNES. FRANCES J. 
FORREST. LOU T. 
FORREST. \XANDA T. 
FOSTER. RICHARD H. 
FOSTER. SYLVIA M. 



FOUSHEE. BEVERLY D. 
FOUST. STEVEN A 
FOUTS. STEFANI K. 
FOWLER. DONESE S. 
FOX. CHARLES A. Jr. 
FRANCIS. WALTER C. 



FRANCIS. MARY D. 
FRANKLIN. ELEANOR J. 
FRANKLIN. JOHN R. 
FRAZIER. BRUCE H. 
FRAZIER. PHILLIP R. 
FREDERICK. ROSEMARY 



FREDERICKSON. CHARLES 
FREEMAN, CYNTHIA K. 
FREEMAN. DAN H. 
FREEMAN. JOHN B. Jr. 
FRIER. ANGELA J 
FRYE. JOHNNY D. 



Highland Springs. Vx. 

Seaprove 

Asheboro 

Fort BenninB. Ga. 



Shclbv 

Springfield. Va. 

Durham 

Oxford 

LaGrange 

Morchead City 



Hopewell, Va. 

Albemarle 

Falls Church, Va. 

Roanoke Rapids 








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FRYHOVER. CYNTHIA A. 
FULCHER. DEWEY E. 
FULCHER. lANET C. 
FULCHER. RONALD L. Jr. 



FRESHMEN 




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FUNDERBURK. FRANCES 
FUNDERBURK, TERA R. 
FUSS. STEPHEN P. 
FUTCH. ROBERT S. Jr. 



GACOMO. KEVIN J. 
GADDIS. JOSEPH S. 
GALLAGHER. JERE D. 
GALLAGHER. MARTHA 
GALLOWAY, KENNTH 



GANHY. PAUL H 
GARCIA. BERT H 
CARD. ANNE F 
CARD. JERRY T. 
GARDNER. JAMES 



GARLOW. REBECCA J. 
GARMON. LINDA F. 
GARNER. LEONA G. 
CARVER. CAROL A. 
GATES GWENDOLYN D. 



GEITER. HELEN L, 
GENOIS. ERROL K. 
GEORGE. CAROLINE W. 
GEROCK. DONALD B. 

GIBBENS. ANNE C. 



GIBSON, DIANE M. 
GIBSON. LENORA E. 
GILBERT. DONALD M, 
GLOSSON. WILII-AM W 
GODWIN. PAMELA C. 



Matthews 

Kannapolis 

Camp Lejunne 



Pjnehursl 

Ashebor( 

Eayettevillt 



Leland 

Raleigh 

abeth City 

<Iags Head 

Pinetops 



Rocky Mount 

Burlington 

Newport 



Richmond. Va 



Greensboro 

Rockingham 

New London 

Slier City 



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AhnsHt 


GOLDSTON. DONNA G. 


Goldston 


GOIIGHTLV. CAROL A. 


Win!;ton. Salem 


GOI.LOBIN. DENISE 


Elizabeth City 


GOODEN. BERNICE A. 


Elizabethtown 


GOODING. I.UrV J. 


Elizabeth City 


GOODMAN PHIIIIP L. 


Landis 


GOODNIGHT, FRANK W. 


China Grnvc 


GOODPASTURE. I.ORA A. 


Arlinpt'in. Va. 


GOODSON VKKIE L. 


Greenville 


GOODWIN lOSFPH H 


Ch.ul.ille 


GORDON. CHERYL A. 


Win^lon Salem 


GORDON. FREDDIE B, 


Mr.ni.ie 


GORDON. FRANK N, 


Greenville 


GRADY. PATRICIA A. 


Albertson 


GRADY. ROBERT V. 


Rocky M..unt 


GRAHAM. DONTvIA M. 


Hubert 


GRANGER. PENNY M. 


Wilsun 


GRANT. DIANE M. 


Charlntle 


GRANT. MARCIA L. 


Raleigh 


GRANT. WILLIAM F. II! 


Alexandria. Va. 


GRAY. CAROL A. 


Arlington. Va. 


GRAY. JAMES L. 


Greenville 


GRAY. KENNETH L. 


Roanoke Rapids 


GRAY. LINDA D, 


Ahoskie 


GRAY, SANDRA F, 


Stuarl. Va. 


GRAY. WILLIAM R JK. 


Kmslon 


GREFN. ALTON L, 


Ynuncsville 


GREEN. ERVIN T. JR. 


Greensboro 


GREEN. FRED A 


Oxford 



C.U. HOSTS THE 'EMBERS' FOR FRESHMAN DANCE, 



GREEN. MICHAEL W. Asheville 

GREENM. SARAH E. Raleigh 

GREENE. BRENDA J. Spring Hope 

GREENE. DONALD E. Rockv Mount 

GREENE. ROBIN E. Southport 






GREGORY. ALICE G. Shaobi.ro 

GREGORY. ALVIN T. Statesville 

GREGORY. CYNTHIA A. Hampton. Va. 

GREGORY. JACKIE L. Goldsboro 

GRIFFIN. BRENDA K. Spring Hope 

GRIFFIN. JOHN C. Asheboro 



GRIFFIN. MARY E. 
GRIFFIN. JUDITH C. 
GRIFFIN. PATRICIA W. 
GRIFFIN. VIRGINIA G. 
GRIMES. BEATRICE M. 
GRISSOM. KATHERINE C. 



CROCE. RICHARD E. 
GODGER. JAMES F. Jr. 
GUFFY. JANICE F. 
GUILFORD. DAVID J. 
GULLFY. CECFIIA R, 
GURGANUS. JENA L. 



GURGAN'yS. JOHN H. Jr. Williamson 

GURKIN. ALBFRT G. Willi.imslnn 

GURKIN. LINDA F. Whinnlle 

GURLEY. STEVE R. Morgano.n 

GUYAN. VCTI LIAM F. Jr. Asbury Park. N J. 






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HAIGLER, GARY L, 
HAILEY, BONNIE D. 
HAINES. SHARON L. 
HAIRR, LAURA E. 
HAITH. VONDRA B. 



HAITHCOCK, BRADFORD W. 
HALE. PAULA M. 
HALL. DON B. 
HALL. FLAVIUS B. Jr. 
HALL. JAMES W. 
HALL, MICHAEL A. 



HALL, PATRICIA S. 
HALL. WILLIAM D. 
HAMPTON. CLAUDE B. Ill 
HAMNETT. WILLIAM L. Jr. 
HAMMOND. ALMA J. 
HAMPTON. JANET C. 



HANCHEY. SHERRI L. 
HANCOCK. BEVERLY A. 
HANDY. LARRY M. 
HANSON. KATHLEEN 
HEDA. ELAINE H. 
HARBIN. LARRY E. 



HARDEE. KARL W. 
HARDEE. MARION S. 
HARDIN. SHARRON G. 
HARDING. ELIZABETH M. 
HARDISON, DONALD S. 
HARDY. JANIS C. 



HARDY. LAURA B. 
HARMON. ANNIE J. 
HARPER. JEFFREY S. 
HARPER. JOYCE D. 
HARRELL. OSCAR M. 
HARRELL. MICHAEL H. 



Tho 



'ille 



Mallhcw 

Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

Wilson 

Burlington 



Henderson 
Scotland Neck 



New Bern 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Raleigh 
Cerro Gordo 

Raleigh 



Jacksonville 

Scotland Neck 

North Wilkesboro 

Geneva, Switzerland 

Greenville 

Winston-Salem 



Fayetteville 

Washington 

Durham 

Kinston 



Pittsboro 

-a Grange 

ston-Salem 

Pinetops 

Asheboro 



FRESHMAN GRIDDERS POST UNDEFEATED SEASON. 



HARRIS 
HARRIS. 
HARRIS, 
HARRIS. 
HARRIS. 
HARRIS. 



HARRELL, WILLIAM F. 
HARILL. JAMES S. 
HARRILL. LINDA J. 
HARRINGTON. HARRY D. 
HARRIS. BETSY H. 



DONALD R. 
JULIAN C. 
LINDA A. 
MARCIA A. 
MARIAN M, 
SANDRA F. 



HARRISON. ANNA K. 
HARRISON. DON J. 
HARRISON. JOAN C. 
HARRISON. SALLY C. 
HARRISS. DONALD M. 
HART. JACK W. 



HART. WILLIAM F. 
HARV^-. JEAN M. 
HARVIN. PAUL R. 
HATCH. ELIZA A. 
HATHAWAY. SHERRY A. 
HATLEY. WILLIAM L. 




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HAUSER, DENSON G. 
HAUSER. GARY S. 
HAWKINS, RUTH E. 
HAYES, ARTHUR L. 
HAYES, MAVIS K 
HAYNES, JAMES W. 



HAZEI.TON, JEFFERY H. 
HEARN, REBECCA S 
HEATH, HELEN 
HEATH. TERRY E. 
HENDRICK, WILLA L. 
HELMS, CAROL A. 



HELMS, EMMA L. 
HEMPHILL, DONNA K. 
HENDERSHOT, ANNE L. 
HENDERSON. MORRIS B. 
HENDERSON, WALTER Jr. 
HENRETTA. SARAH E. 



HENRY, PATRICIA G, 
HENSLEE. CHARLES E. II 
HENSON, GRADY M. 
HERBST. GLEN^N A. 
HERNDON MARTHA F. 
HERRING. DON^NA P. 



HESTER. LORETTA K. 
HESTER. WALTER L. 
HESTER. GORDON M. 
HEW'ETT. PRISCILLA G 
HEYDRICK. CAROL J. 
HIBBJTTS. PAMELA Y. 



CrciTiv.Ile 
Fnfcst Cry 
Greenville 
Linwood. N J. 
Ellcrbe 
Greensboro 



FRESHMEN 



HICKS. ELLEN I, 
Hl( KS. JOEL T 
HICKS. TERRY W. 



HIGH. EMMA C. 
HIGHSMITH. RANDY C. 
HILDERBRAND. JANET G. 
HILDERBRAND. MARY K. 
HILDERBRAND. MICHELE A. 
HILDRETH. CAROLYN R. 



HILL. DON-NA L. 
HILL. JAMES F. Ill 
HILL. NANCY L. 
HILL. ROBERT N, 
HILL. SAMMIE W. 
HILL. WILLARD B. 



HILLMAN. ETHEL A. 
HINTslANT. RONALD L. 
HINSON. BILLY R. Jr, 
HINSON. LINDA K, 
HIKSON. NELL E. 
HINTON. KEN'NETH F. 



HIRT. LINDA D. 
HOBBS. BARRY E, 
HOBBS. BENJAMIN C, 
HOCKEMEYER, LARRY W. 
HODGE. JOHN E 
HODGES. CLARENCE C. Jr. 



HOGGARD. JAMES F. 
HOGGARD. NANCY F 
HOHING. CAROL A. 
HOILMAN. EDDIE T. 
HOLDER. DEBORAH L. 
HOLDER. FREDERICK 



Smithfield 

Pope A.F.B. 

Dunn 



Rocky Mount 

Deep Run 

Oxford 




Alexindrij. Va. 

Kinslon 

Htnford 

Aulander 

Rocky Mnunt 

Waslnnslon 



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Fairfax. Va. 


HOLLAND. MARY C. 


Goldsboro 


HOLLAND. KATHRYN D. 


Charlotte 


HOLLAND. WILLIAM D. 


Franklin 


HOLLAR. MARGARET A. 


Charlotte 


HOLLIDAY. DENNIS H. Jr. 


Enfield 


HOLLIDAY. LINDA A. 


Mount Olive 


HOLLOMAN. CAROLYN J. 


Jacksonville 


HOLT. DEAN B. 


Butner 


HOMME. LAURA K. 


Raleigh 


HONEYCUTT. CAROLYN L. 


Ralc.gh 


HOOKER. BENJAMIN A. Jr. 


Goldsboro 


HOOKS. WINGATE A. 


Silver Spring. Md. 


HOOPER. NANCY E. 


Beaufort 


HOOTS. MARY L. 


Washington 


HOPKINS. BARRY P. 


West Jefferson 


HOPKINS. LINDA C. 


Elizabeth City 


HORA. JOHNNY M. 


Ahoskie 


HORNADAY. STEPHEN H. 


Liberty 


HORNER. BONNIE L. 


Fayetteville 


HORTON, BRENDA D. 


Forest City 



FRESHMEN 


HORTON. GEORGE F. 
HOUSE. CONNIE J. 
HOUSTON. JOSEPHINE A. 
HOWARD. ELEANOR R. 
HOWELL. JOHN M. 
HOWELL. STEVEN E. 


Rocky Mount 
Nokesville. Va. 
Charlotte 
Pink Hill 
Garysburg 
Gar>shury 


HUBBARD. LLNDA P. 
HUBBARD. SHARRON L. 
HUDSON. LINDA J. 
HUDZINSKI. MICHAEL E. 
HUFFINES. SANDRA K. 
HUFFMAN. TERESA A. 


Roanoke Rapids 

Wilson 

Clinton 

Durham 

Burhngton 

Granite Falls 


HUFFMAN. TERRY D. 
HUGHES. CONSTANCE L. 
HUGHES. JACK D, 
HUGHES. JOHN E. 
HULKA. KATHRYN A. 
HUMPHREY. DAVID L. 


Hampton. Va. 

Fall! Church. Va. 

Pineville 

Gainesville. Fla. 

Fayetteville 

Kelford 


HUMPHREY. MARY L. 
HUMPHREY. ROBERT L. 
HUNGATE. KENNTH W. 
HLrNT. DAVID M. 
HLrNT. HILDA D. 
HUNT. JOSEPH R. 


Richmond. Va. 

Gritton 

Charlotte 

Pembroke 

Denton 

Rocky Mount 


HUPFER. BARBARA A. 
HURDLE. JAMES R. Jr. 
HURWITZ. MATTHEW L. 
HUSTE. KAREN D. 
HUTCHINGS. WALTER R. 
HUTCHISON. ARTHUR W. 


Lincolnton 

Elizabeth City 

Tarboro 

WinstonSalem 

Belews Creek 

Winston-Salem 


HUTE. JUANITA J. 
HUTSON. JAN M, 
HUX. DEBORAH S. 
IRVIN. STEPHEN R. 
ISLEY. SARAH V. 
ISLEY. SAMUEL L. 


Portsmouth. Va. 

Wilmington 

Raleigh 

Wilson 

Burlington 

Snowcamp 


IVEY. JAMES R. 
IVEY. JOANNE 
IVEY. MARCO Z. 
JACKSON. JOSEPH V. 
JACKSON. LINDA S. 
JAMES. GAHLON H. 


Matthews 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

Weldon 

Dunn 

Dunn 

Albermarle 













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J,\MES. CHERYL A. West New York. N.J. 
JAMES. MARY L. Silver Sprines. Md 
JARD. MARJORIE H. Virginia Beach. Va. 
JARMAN. PATRICIA D. Kinslun 
JARONCZYK. ROBERT J. Norfolk. Va. 


JEDLICKA. GARY R 
JEFFERS. WIIIIAM R. 
JEFFERSON, GRAVELY T. 
JEFFRIES. DIANA G. 
JENKINS. GEORGE P. 


Hopacone. N.J. 

Alexandria. Va. 

Burlincton 

Durham 

Wil^nn 


JENKINS. 
JENKINS. 
JENKINS. 
JENKINS. 
JERNIGAN 


JAMES R, 
LYDIA A. 
HATTIE E. 
MARGARET D. 
SARA B. 


Washington 

LaGranee 

Aulander 

Forest City 

Dunn 


JESSEE. GAYLAN L. 
JESSUP. MYRA F. 
JOHNSON, CAROL E. 
JOHNSON, ETHEL E. 
JOHNSON, JAMES R. 


Lewisville 

Woodland 

Selma 

Kinston 

Kannapolis 


JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 


JLIDITH M. 
LEMMUEL 0. 
LAURA L. 
LAURIE V. 
MARTHA E. 


Asheville 

Durham 

Middlelown. Del. 

Miami. Fla. 

Lenoir 


JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 
JOHNSON 


MICHAEL H. 

PEGGY R. 
ROSE L. 

SHIRLEY E. 
WILLARD L. Jr. 


Hickory 

Kinston 

Fort Monroe. Va. 

Washington 

Burlington 




JOHNSON. THOMAS G. Jr. 
JOLLY, ROBERT E. 
JONES. ALAN L. 
JONES. BARNEY W. Jr. 














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JONES KENNTH C. Jr. 

JONES, LAI.ON E. 

JONES. MAXIE R. 

JONES, MELVILLE W, 

JONES, NANCY E. 



JONES. PAMELA L. 
JONES. PLUMMER A. J 
JONES. SHARf)N A. 
JONES. SHIRLEY E. 
JORDAN. DAVID. M. 
JORDAN. MARCELLE J. 



JORDAN. TED D. 

JORDAN. Vlf.TORIA 

JORDAN. YVONNE G. 

JORDAN. THOMAS B. 

JOYNER, MAURICE C. Jr. 

lOYNER. NANCY B, 



Elizabeth City 



Jacksonville 

Washington 

Asheville 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Arlington, Va. 



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JUDSON. FREDERICK D. 
JUSTICE. JOHN P. 
KACHMER. MICHAEL J. 
KANNAN. CAROLYN L. 
KATZEN, LIONEL I. 
KEARNEY, RICHARD E. 


Charlotte 
Pittsboro 
Greenville 
Goldsboro 
Charlotte 
Snow Hill 


KEARNS. REBECCA V. 
KEEL. FRESTEL B. 
KEENER. WORTHY K. 
KEITH. WINSTON R. 
KELLUM. LINDA K. 
KELLY. ANN E. 


Greensboro 

Robersonville 

Greenville 

Wake Forest 

Jacksonville 

Wilson 


KELLY. VIRGINIA R. 
KELSAY. MICHAEL C. 
KEMP. WILLIAM B. 
KENTSIEDY. CI-NTHIA A. 
KENNEDY. MARGARET A. 
KENNEDY. RUBY C. 


RocLt Mount 

Raleigh 

Wilson 

Beaulaville 

Fayettcville 

Kinston 


KENNERLY. WILLIAM R. 
KERNS. WANDA F. 
KESLER. TIMOTHY B. 
KEY. HILDA J. 
KEY. MICKEY G. 
KIME. TERESA K. 


China Grove 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

Mount Airy 

Mount Airy 

New Bern 



FRESHMEN 



KING. DON-NA K 
KING. GARY L. 
KING. KELLY S. 
KING. CONNIE S. 




KIRBY. MARY L. 
KIRK. BETTY J. 
KITCHENS. RODNEY M. 
KITRELL. MARY H. 
KLEINFIELD. ANITA 


Hickory 

Charlotte 

Springfield. Va. 

Bethel 

Falls Church. Va. 


KLEINERT PHILLIP S. 
KNAPE. SANDRA J. 
KNIGHT. MICHAEL O. 
KNIGHT. WAYNE S. 
KNOX. LINDA M. 


Favetteville 

Arlington. Va. 

FayetteviUe 

Kingstown. R. I. 

New Bern 


KOCH. DEBORAH A. 
KOHRS. SUSAN P. 
KOHLER. PAULINE A. 
KOONCE. ANN M. 
KOPE. PAMELA J. 


Alenandria. Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Adelphi. Md. 

Kinston 

Raleigh 


KORNEGAY. JANE T. 
KOUTROULIAS. STATHE 
KOUMPARAKIS. PHYLLIS 
KUMEROW. CAROLYN A. 
LACKLEN. GREGORY F. 


Washington 

Charlotte 

Martinsville. Va. 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 


LAFFON. PATRICIA J. 
LAFFITEAU. DOROTHY E. 
LAFOUNTAIN. PATRICIA 
LAMBERT. CONNIE K. 
LAMBERT. LINDA M. 


Hickory 

Goldsboro 

Jacksonville. Fla. 

Rocky Mount 

Siler City 


LAMM. DAVID C. 
LAMPROS. COSTA J. 
LANAM. VIRGINIA L. 
LANCASTER. THOMAS L. 
LANE. BILLY B. 


Wilson 

Fayettcville 

Greenville 

Vanceboro 

Roanoke. Va. 



Annandale. Va 



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LANE. CARL H. 
LANE. FAYE T. 
LANE. LUCY A. 
LANGE. HARRY M. 
LANGSTON. M.^RSHA J. 
LANIER. MARY S. 
LAMER. ROBERT A. 




Beaufort 

Roanoke Rapids 

Henderson 
Charlotte 

Zehul.in 


LAXKFORD. ANTsT D. 
LARAMORE. HARRISON R. 
LARSON SARA P 
LASSITER. ABNER P. 
LASSITER. CATHR'i'N M. 
LASSITER. SARAH E. 
LATCHFORD. JAMES A. 




Milford. Del. 

Winston-Salem 

Green., tiMt.i 

Conway 

Raleich 

Raleii;h 

Winston Salcra 


LATIMER. ANN M. 
LALITEN. PATRICIA A. 
LARSON SARA P. 
LAWSON. CHARLOTTE E. 
LAW'SON. MIRIAM G. 
LEA. BRENDA G. 
LEAKE. WILLIAM R. 




Eurham 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Ormm 

Carthase 

Roanoke Rapids 


LEE. BETTY K. 
LEE. GLENN P. 
LEE. HARRY P. 
LEE. LYNXETTE R. 
LEE. PATSY D. 
LEE. WILLIAM H. 
LEFSTEAD, SHARON D. 




Dunn 

Coats 

Elizabeth City 

Raleigh 

Wilhamston 

Raeford 

Charlotte 


LEECHFORD. WAYTvIE E. 
LEGGETl. THOMAS H. 
LEINBACH. THOMAS E. 
LEONARD. DENTS'IS 
LEONARD. THOMAS B. 
LEVER. EARL H. Jr. 
LEVINE. BARRY C. 




Favctteville 

Fairmont 

Arlington, Va. 

Morganton 

SalisbulT 

Dunn 

Greensborn 


LEVIS. SUSAN R. 
LEWIS. CAROLYN J. 
LEWIS. CCJRDELIA C. 
LEWIS. EDWARD G. 
LEW IS. MARGARET C. 
LEWIS. REVA K, 
LEWIS. SHIRLEY A. 




Hampton. Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Farmvilie 

Greenville 

Washington 

BcJutort 

High P.iint 


LILES. SARA M. 
LILLEY. TIMOTHY W. 
LILLY. RALPH L 
LINDSAY. CONTsTE M. 
LliNEBERRY. ALICE M. 
LINGERfELT. CAROL^-N B. 



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LINVIl I L. ROGER A 
lIl'sfdMB lARRY 
Lisr\li-i- lA.MLS D 
LLITLE. FRITZ F. 



LITTir. lAMFS 1!. 
LITTIF. "JEAN D. 
LLOYD. GENE E. 
lOCLHART. BARBARA L. 
LONG. MARGARET A. 



lONG. SYLVIA A, 
lOUIS. JAMES B. 
LOVELL. JO A. 
LOWE. KENNETH B. 
I.irAS. ANNA E. 



Rnckingham 

Blackshurg. Va. 

Goldsboro 

Beaulavillc 



LUCAS. MARVIN B. 
LUCIDO, THOMAS B. 
lUCK, EDITH P. 
LUNSFORD. lUDY E. 
LURVEY. LOLA J. 
LYON, SHERIDANE I. 


Raleigh 

Bethel Park, Pa. 

Eagle Springs 

Old Fort 

Washington 

Ronda 


LYTLE. LINDA P. 
MABE. CAROL K. 
MABEL. STEVEN B. 
MABRY. WILLIAM F. 
MACFARLAND. PATRICIA 
MACRAE, CAMERON 


Washington, DC. 

WinstonSalem 

Charlotte 

Lexington 

Springfield. Va. 

Conciird 


MADDOX. PHYLLIS L. 
MALLARD, VIVIAN C. 
MALONE, CHARLES J. 
MANESS. LINDA I. 
MANKIN. MICHAEL L. 
MANN. LEON F. Jr. 


Sanford 
Chapel Hill 

Siler City 

Alexandria. Va. 

Burlington 


MANN. MICHAEL R. 
MANN. STEPHEN L. 
MANNING. DONTMA L. 
MANNING. KEITH D. 
MANNING. OSCAR R. 
MANNING. PEGGY E. 


Lillington 

Pittsboro 

Rocky Mount 

Winterville 

Fayetteville 

Bethel 


MARCUS, MICHAEL B. 
MARGULIES. HOWARD S. 
MARION. JEAN S. 
MARLEY. IRMA J. 
MARLIN. ROBERT H. Jr. 
MARLOWE, JUDITH A, 


Norfolk. Va. 

Raleigh 

Jacksonville 

Ashcboro 

Durham 

Whiteville 




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MARRONCELLl. RICHARD 
MARSH. PEGGY L. 
MARSHALL. LINDA F. 
MARSHALL, SANDRA G. 
iMARSHBURNE. BEVERLY 
MARTIN. JAMES E. Ill 


Rillton. Pa. 

Morehcad City 

Advance 

Mount Airy 

Dunn 

Wadesboro 


MARTIN. JANET C. 
MARTIN. MARY S. 
MASON. BAXTER W. 
MASON, VIVIAN C. 
MASSENGILL, ALICE L. 
MASSEY. FAYE L. 


Roxboro 
Raleigh 
Lillington 
Raleigh 
Wilson 
Raleigh 


MASSEY. JACKIE L. 
MATHES, NORMAN H, Jr. 
MATHESON. JUANITA D. 
MATTA. WILLIAM C. 
MATTHEWS. GEORGE T. 
MATTHEWS. PRISCILLA W. 


Wilson 

Laurmburg 

Raleigh 

Roanoke Rapids 

Burlington 

Kinston 


MAULL. LOIS J. 
MAUNEY. HOWARD W. 
MAXWELL. MARILYN 
MAY, MARY J. 
MAYO. BARBARA J. 
MAYES. MARGARET A. 


Motchead City 

Charlotte 

Jacksonville 

Rock-y Mount 

Washington 

Four Oaks 


MAYO, CHARLES E, 
Ml ,\1 1 IsTER, MARGARET 
M( AIM IIFE, CHRISTINE 
Ml 1 AI I , CROVER T. 
MCCARTHY. DENNIS M. 
MCCASLIN. JANE D. 


Falkland 

Pittsboro 

Jacksonville 

Laurinburg 

Lumberton 

Maiden 



312 



MCCHESKEY. SUSAN A 
MCCLAIN, JUDITH A. 
MCCLEES. CAROL A. 
MCCLENDON. SANDRA 
MCCOLL. FRANCES M. 
MCCOV. CARLOS M. 



MCCOV, JULIA M. 
MCCRACKEN, HUBERT Jr, 
MCCULLEN, JAMES L, 
MCCUTCHAN, KATHLEEN 
MCDADE, PA.MELA J, 
MCDA.MEL, ELXICE E, 



MCDAMEL, LINDA L, 
MCDEARM.AN, VA L, 
MCDEVITT, EDW INA R, 
MCDONALD, MARK L 
MCDOWELL, JOE V, 
MCDOWELL, ROBERT W, 



MCDOWELL, SAMUEL J. 
MCDUFFIE, LINDA I. 
MCGARRAH, ROY H, Jr, 
MCGARITY, FRED D. 
MCGHEE. ERDIE J. 
MCGHEE, JENTvY S. 



MCGILL. JOAN E, 
MCGINTY, CORLISS M, 
MCGIRT, THOMAS B. 
MCGLOHON, MILLIE 
MCGOWAN, JOANNA K. 
MCGOWAN. MITTIE R. 



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Cuve City 

Ojk City 

Rocky M..unt 



Falls Church, Va 



Ale-vandna. Va, 



MCGOWAN, REBECCA I, 
MCGRATH, GREGORY E. 
MCGUIRE, JAMES M. 




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FRESHMEN 



MCINTVRE, MARGARET 
Mr KEEL, ASHLEY G, 
MCKENZIE, ELLIS J, 
MCKINN'EY, ANITA E. 
MCKIN'NEY, MICHAEL J, 



,\t( KINNON, JEANT\ETTE H. 
,\K LAIN, KAREN E. 
M( LAURIN, JANE H, 
,MCLEAN, SALLY V. 
MCLEOD, SUZAN-NE 



M( MAHON, NANf.Y J, 
M( ,\1AHAN, PATRICIA L. 
Ml .MANU.S, PHYLLIS A. 
.\li .\IIL1 AN, JAMES D, 
.\K,. MILLION, C HARLES E. 



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M< PHI KSdN, LAURA R, 
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M( .SWAIN, EMILY E. 
Mf ,SWICK;EN, MARY ; 
MEADE, REX L. 
MLAKS, HLUNirE E, 
MLAKS, ( ATIILRINE A, 



Ivanhne 

Stanl.insbure 

Pinchurst 



Rowland 

Kannapniis 

Rnbbins 

Lumberton 



Wilmnitton 

Chail.itic 

Paliask, Va, 

Pommniith, Va, 



Paikinn 

Sniill,fii-KI 

Biirlinctun 

Miami, fla, 

Giccinb.iro 



Cliina Gr.Ac 

Jacksonville 

RivcrJjIc, MJ, 



313 



MEDINGER. PATRICIA A. 
MEDLIN. REBECCA A. 
MEDLIN. RODNEY M. 
MEDLIN. TONY L. 
MEEGAN. SHARON A. 
MEEKS. JOSEPH B. Jr. 


Greenville 
Albemarle 
Albcmarle 
Wake Forest 
Fayetteville 
Greenville 


MELTON. GLORIA A. 
MELTON. SYLVIA S. 
MEMOLO. DANNY R. 
MERCHANT. TED H. 
MESSER. WILLIAM B. 
MIESIASZEK. DONNA L. 


Hubert 

Charlotte 

Greenville 

New Bern 

Nalhevis. Vj. 

Monroe 


MILLER. JANE E. 
MILLER. ROBERT D. 
MILLINDER. AMY R. 
MILLS. DOROTHY E. 
MILLS. SANDRA S. 
MILLS. THOMAS W. 


Plymouth 

Lexington 

Fayetteville 

Raleigh 

Caucler 

Plymouth 


MIMS. SANDRA S. 
MINGUS. DONNA R. 
MITCHELL. PAUL C. 
MIZELL. LINDA L. 
MIZELL. NANCY G. 
MIZELLE, CAROLYN S. 


Harrisonburg. Va. 

Charlotte 

Wilson 

Roper 

Windsor 

Windsor 


MOBLEY. RONALD W. 
MOLDIN, RICHARD F. 
MODLIN. SANDRA A. 
MOHORN. BENTLEY J. 
MOLLOY. GEORGE A. 
MONROE. TED L. 


Williamston 

High Point 

Rocky Mount 

Halifax 

Creedraoor 

Eagle Springs 


FRESHMEN 


MOODY, GEORGE M. 
MOODY. LLOYD R. 
MOODY, RICHARD J. 
MOORE. BARBARA A. 
MOONEYHAM. JERAL L. 
MOORE, BRENDA J. 


Greensboro 

Kinston 

Chapel Hill 

Smithfield 

Raleigh 

Greenville 


MOORE, CARY D. 
MOORE, CYNTHIA D. 
MOORE. DOROTHY C. 
MOORE, MARY E. 
MOORE, TEXFORD J. 
MOORE, RONALD J, 


Siler City 
Greensboro 
Rocky Mount 
Spring Hope 
Goldsboro 
Siler City 


MORGAN, MARY S. 
MORRIS, BILLY W. 
MORRIS, JANE A. 
MORRIS. JUDY L. 
MORRISETTE. PEGGY 
MORRISS. SARAH E. 


Raleigh 

Aulander 

Bethesda. Md. 

Lexington 

Enfield 

Fayelleville 


MORROW. JOHN M, 
MORSE. JEANNE A, 
MORTIMER, MARGARET V. 
MOSLEY. ARCHIE T. 
MOUNTCASTLE. DENNIS W. 
MOUNTCASTLE. SALLIE V. 


Newton 

Alexandria, Va. 

Hifih Point 

Henderson 

Providence Forge. Va. 

Providence Forge, Va. 


MOYER, CYNTHIA J. 
MOYE, LOUISE H. 
MUIR. FRANK F. 
MULLEN. REGINALD O. 
MUX'ROE. CYNTHIA L. 
ML'RCHISON. DAVID C. 


Springfield. Va. 

Scotland Neck 

Goldsboro 

Spring Hope 

Charlotte 

Rocky Mount 






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Liberty 


MURrHISOX. JAMES A. 


Sanford 


MURPHV. ETHEL E. 


Smithfield 


MURPHY. SUSAN E. 


Pmfc H.ll 


MURRAY, MICHAEL L. 


RcjJmi:. Pj. 


MUSSER. GLEN-N E. Jr 


R.ila.eh 


MYERS. DAVID 


G'JJsboro 


MYERS, lAMES W, 


Greenville 


.MYERS, MARGARET L. 


H.impton, Va. 


XAH,, JANICE 


Salisbury 


NALEPA. ARLENNE M 


Arlincton. Va. 


NANCE. JAMES A. 


Ch.irlotte 


N.ANCE. JU'DY A. 


W'lnsl.in.S.ilem 


NANCE. MARSHA A. 


Grcensbnm 


NASH, DONNA 


Johnson Cily, Ttnn. 


NEAL, ARNOLD C. 


Mad. son 


NEELY. CARL E, Jr, 


Charlolte 


NELSON. EDNA E. 


Grifton 


NELSON. JOHN W. 


HiKh Point 


NELSON. JOSEPHINE T, 


Robcrsonv.jlc 


NELSON, JOHN B. 


Mich Point 


.NELSON, PATRICIA A, 


Charlotte 


NEWBERRY, LARRY \V, 


Tarboro 


NEWBOLD. GREGORY S 


Fayetteville 


NEWMAN. LINDA L, 


Henderson 


NEWMAN, DOYLE C. 


Gteensbor,, 


NEWTON. BILLY R, 


W'ils,.n 


NEW'TON. MARGARET S 


W'jsram 


NICHOLS, HUGH V, 


Roxboro 


NICHOLS, JOHN-NY M 


Gtcinville 


NICHOLS, RANDY M. 


Farmville 


NICHOLSON. BRENDA K, 


W'llliamslon 


NINMAXN, BEN-NY E, 


Floyd. Va, 


NOBLE, EUNICE G, 


Grecnv.lle 


NOBLE. LEONARD W' Jr 


Durham 



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NOELL, C 
NORFIEJ 
NORMAN 



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NORRIS. RONNIE L. 
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NORTH. HUGH D. 
NORTHf OTT, DONALD K. 
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ORJON. f LIFTON B, 
OVERBY. DONALD W, 
OVER! ASH, IRIf M, 
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Hickory 

Arlini;lon. Va. 

Baiky 

Norfolk. Va, 

ch Plains. N.J. 



315 








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OVERMAN. JESSIE A. 
OVERS. PATSY A. 
OVERTON, HELEN W. 
OWEN. LINDA C. 
OWEN. PALSY D. 
OWEN. REETA E. 



OWENS. LINDA G. 
OWENS. STEPHEN L. 
OWINGS. JANE A. 
OXX. LAWRENCE M. 
PACE, JOSEPH B. 
PACE. NATHAN A. Jr. 



PADEN. DAVID E. 
PADGETT. ROBERT G. Jr. 
PAGE. ASHLEY M. 
PAGE. CATHERINE R. 
PAGE. DONALD W. Jr. 
PAGE, MARY S. 



PARK. ALLEN J. Ill 
PARKER. ANNE C. 
PARKER. DAVID J. 
PARKER. MARGARET L. 
PARKER. TRISHA E. 
PARMENTER, DENNIS D. 



PARNELL. FRANCES K. 
PARRISH. HAZEL J. 
PARRISH. KEITH R. 
PARRISH. SYLVIA A. 
PARSONS. PAMELA S. 
PARTRIDGE. ANN B. 



PATE. EARL H. 
PATE. TOMMY B. 
PATRICK. ANN M. 
PATIERSON. LINDA M. 
PAUL. JAY R. 



Raleigh 

Jacksonville 

Raleigh 

Chatham. Va. 



Plymouth 

Kannapolis 

lizabeth City 

Wilmington 

Raleigh 



Beaufort 
Burlington 
Elm City 
Reid^ille 
Winston-Salem 
Greenville 



Statesville 

Enfield 

Hendersonville 

Fayetteville 
Mocksville 



Kenly 

Clayton 

anoke Rapids 

Sanford 

Candor 



Orlando 



Fla 



Chesapeake. Va. 



NEW COLISEUM HOUSES OLYMPIC POOL. 



PEARCE. ANNE E. 
PEED. HARRY, Jr, 
PEEL. LINDA S. 
PEELE. JOHN R. 
PELLETIER. LAURA P. 


Charlotte 
Greenville 

Williamston 
Greenville 

Washington 


PENFIELD, NANCY S. 
PENTZ. ARfHlE P. 
PERDUE. DOYLE C. 
PERRELL. WILLIAM R. 
PERRY. DONALD H. 


Greensboro 

Ocracokc 

Mount Air>' 

Lexington 

Zebulon 


PERRY. MARY L. 
PERRY. VIRGINIA L. 
PETERSON. PAMELA G. 
PETERSON. ROY J. 
PHELPS. HARRIET M. 


Edenton 

Tarboro 

Winston-Salem 

Walervliet. N.Y. 

Raleigh 


PHILLIPS, ANNETTE E. 
PHILLIPS. DONALD B. 
PHILLIPS. GEORGE W. Jr 
PHILYAW. MICHAEL G. 
PICKETT. GERALD F. 


Greenville 
Matthews 
Laurinburg 
Lenoir 
Pink Hill 








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PUME. JUDY G. 
FINER. CAROLYN F. 
FIXER, SAUNDRA G. 
FIXER SHERRY D, 



FIFER. MARGARET R. 
I'IFHER. rHARIE> K. 
FIFKIN, I.INDA C 
FITIOIIO. (HERIE G, 
FIl IMAN. JAMES E 



FITTMAN. MARY I. 
FITTMAN. RONALD \V. 
FEITMAN. SHERRILL K. 
FEITMAN. SYLVIA R. 
FK'MMER. ELIZABETH J 
FOI.LARD. EMILY J, 



POLLARD. NANCY E. 
POLLETT. RAYMOND A. 
POLLOK. VIRGINIA C. 
POOI.E. MARJORIE M. 
POPE. JAMES S. 
POFOW. MKHAEL E. Jr. 



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POWERS BR END A ^ 
POWERS, DAVID A, 



POWERS. RALPH T. Jr. 
FREfYTHE. JANE W. 
FRESNELL, SHERRY A. 
FREVETTE RICHARD L. 
PRICE. EDWINA L, 
PRICE, GEORGE T. 



Wiiias..r 
abctli < ity 

AllMskit 



Nnilli W.lktsb- 



RoanoLc Rj 

Kinss M.uin 

Ltimlie 



Ashcboro 

Smithficid 

Concord 

Jefferson 



FRESHMEN 



PRirE WILLIAM R. 
PRICE SANDRA L. 
PRICE. WILLIAM L. 



PRIDDY. CLYDE M 
PRIDGEN. KATYE D. 
PRIDGEN. MICHAEL 
PRINCE. JANICE M. 
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PRIVOTT. MARY F. 
PROCTOR. DONALD 
PROVENCE. LINDA 
PROVO. FRANCES D 
PROVO. JOHN E 



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PRUETTE. PERRY L. 
PROVOST. GLENDA I. 
PRUIT. ANNE M 
PURSER DAVID F. 
PURVIS. JAMES W. Jr. 



PURVIS. ELIZABETH L. 
PUTMAN. MYRA S. 
QUICK. MARY F. 
Ol'INN. ELIZABETH A. 
QUISENBERRY, NORA E, 



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KABY. CAROLINE W. 
RAGSDALE. ALEXA S. 
RALPH. RUTH A. 
RAMSDELL. DONNA L. 
RAMSEY, TERRY E. 
RANDALL. JUDITH C. 



RANDOW. REGINA R. 
RANKIN. ROBERT G. 
RANSOME. MARY F. 
RANSOME. WILLIAM T. 
RAPP. JOHN S. 
RAXTER, MARTHA J. 



RAY, CAROL U. 
RAY. PAMUELA K. 
RAY. WILLIAM H, Jr. 
REAMS. BEVERLY E. 
REAVES. CYNTHIA D. 
REAVES. PEGGY L. 



REDDICK. KENNETH L. 
REDDING. NANCY A. 
REDENIUS. BARBARA J. 
REECE. FRANCES C. 
REESE. LINDA A. 
REGISTER. GRAHAM B, 



Tabor City 

Corape,ike 

Newtnn Squ,ire, Pa. 



Gastonia 

Sanford 

Spring Hope 

Jacksonville 

Henderson 



Deerfield Beach. Fl, 








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REID, LINDA L, 
REINHARDT, ANN M. 
REMLEY. DEBRA L. 
RESPASS. RITA H. 
RESPESS. WILLIAM A. 



RETTGERS, PAMELA A. 
REY'NOLDS. JOHN R. 
REYNOLDS. MARY E. 
RHODES. GARY W. 
RHYNE. BETTY E. 





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RICHARDSON. HAROLD R. 
RICHARDSON. JAMES E. 



RICHARDSON. JANET K. 
RICHARDSON. WILLIAM R. 
RICKMAN. THOMAS R, 
RICKS. GARY R. 
RIDDICK. GERRY A, 



RIDDLE, ANNE B, 
RIDDLE, MARVIN E, 
RIDDLE, PEGGY J, 
RIDER, ROBERT M 
RIDGE, PHILLIP L. 



RIGGS, CHARLES R, 
RILEY. LEARY R 
RINER. STEPHEN C. 
RINGROSE. STEPHEN J. 
RISNES. CONNIE L. 



Jacksonvill. 
Goldsbori 



Ralcich 
Fayettevillc 



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ROHERTS. BILLV B. 
ROBERTS, GRACE A. 
ROBERTS. HARRIET J. 
ROBERTS. STEVEN A. 
Rf)BERTS, STEVEN 1-. 


WiriM.-n S,ilcm 
MorchciJ Citv 
Burlrnslon 
MorchejJ fitv 
Key Wc^t. Fl.i' 


ROBERTS. THO.MAS 
ROBERTS. THOMAS J. Jr. 
ROBERTS. WALTER F. Jr 
ROBINSON. EARL D. 
ROBINSON. HENRY H. 


Frjnklm. NJ 

Aberdeen 

Slia«b,.rn 

DurlLim 

Lincninlon 


ROBINSON. MAXINE 
RdBINSON ROBERT W 
ROBINSON. ROBERT B. 
RorKWELL. CHARLENE C. 
RODGERS. JOAN L. 


J.K-lc^.invilIc 

Clj,kt..n 

G.ir>'sburs 

Wjshincton. D.C. 

Wilson 


ROnWELL, LUCY K. 
ROEBUCK. ROBIN D 
ROGERS. CARL M. 
ROGERS. CHARLES H. 
ROGERS. GARY A, 


Wjrrenl.in 
Richmnnd. V.i. 
Timberlake 
Greenvdie 
T.raheilake 



ROGERS. REBECCA L. 
ROLADER. SHERRON E. 
ROLLINS. LINDA D. 
ROPER. GREGORY L. 
ROPER. KATHERINE \V. 



ROSE. JO A 
ROSE. LIXDA A. 
ROSE. MARGARET A. 
ROSE. REBECCA J. 
ROSENBLUM. MARILYN 



ROSS. DAVID S 
ROSS. GARY H. 
ROSS. JAMES O 
ROTH, HOWARD R. 
ROTH. REBECCA R. 







ROUNTREE. BESSIE A, 
ROUSE. LOUIE L. Jr. 
ROUSSO. STEVEN B 
ROUTH. LINDA M. 
ROWELL. PATRICIA A. 
ROWLAND. MYRA S. 



ROYAL. WILLA J. 
RUBY. CAROL L. 
RUDISILL. DARRELL E. 
RUFFIN. MICHAEL F. 
Ri;SH. JAMES B. Jr. 
RL'SSELL. ROBERT E. 



SAINE. CYN1HIA A, 
SALEEBY. VIRGINIA L. 
SALISBURY. JOHN S, 
SALTER, DAVID C, 
SAMPLES. BRENDA R. 
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SAUNDERS. PAMILLE A. 
SANDERS. SHELBY I. 
SANDIFER. JOANNA E. 
SAPP. SHARON K. 
SATTERFIELD. JERRY \ 
SAUER. ROBERT I.. 



SAUNDERS. ALICE P. 
SAUNDERS. FREDDIE 
SAUNDERS. JONNIE L. 
SAWCHUK. SHERYL L. 
SAWYER. BRENDA S. 
SAWYER, PHILLIP R. 



SCALES, JUDY A. 
SCARBOROUGH. JUDITH 
SCHRUM. WILLIAM L. Jr. 
SCOGGIN. LUCY A. 
SCOTT. PAUL D. 
SCRUGGS. MITZI L. 



Walkertown 

Goldsboro 

Parsippany, N.J. 



Ne- 



Beti 



Windsi 

Hickory 

Bjssett, Va. 

;harlo«esville, Va. 

Kensington. Md. 





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SCRUGGS, ROY B. Jr. 
SEALY. SHARON S. 
SEARCY. JOHN D. 
SEDGWICK, LINDA L. 
SEAY. WILLIAM M. 



SELL. CLEGG E. Jr. 
SELLERS. JOSEPH T. Jr. 
SELLERS. MICHAEL G, 
SELPH. JEFFERY L. 
SEROTTA. BARBARA L. 



SERRA MICHAEL A. 
SERRINS. JOAN F. 
SETZER. DOUGLAS A. 
SEXTON. EMILY G. 
SEYMORE, CAROLYN A. 



SHAW. COY W. Jr. 
SHAW. ELIZABETH G. 
SHAW. KENNETH W. 
SHAW. WILLIAM D, 
SHEARIN, AVA J. 


Durham 
Raleich 
Durham 
Denton 
Ralcich 


SHEARIN. JAMES K. 
SHEARIN. SUSAN G. 
SHEARIN. SYLVIA 
SHEARIN. VERNA D 
SHEEHAN. DEBORAH L. 


Scotland Neck 

Roanoke Rapids 

Littleton 

Rocky Mount 

Springfield. Va. 


SHERMAN. JO A. 
SHEW. JANICE E. 
SHIELDS. DAVID S. 
SHIELDS. SHEILAH E. 
SHORE. KAREN H. 


Bur.eaw 

Greensboro 

KerncrsviJIe 

Norfolk Va, 

Winston-Salcm 


SHORE. ZETTA G. 
SILANCE. HILDA L. 
SIMMONS. ARCHIE C. 
SIMMONS. FRANCES L. 
SIMMONS, SARAH C. 


Yadkinv.lJt 

Jacksonville 

Cameriifi 

Whitevillc 

Roseboro 


SIMMONS. STEPHEN M. 
SIMPSON. BARBARA A. 
SIMPSON. ALTA B. 
SIMPSON. DONALD W. 
SIMPSON. Rlr HARD B. 


Durham 
Raleieh 

Lilesville 
Monroe 

Roseboro 









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320 



SIMPSON. REGINALD M. 
SINCLAIR. DUNCAN H. 
SINEATH. WILLIAM P. 
SINGLETON. DIANE E. 
SIXGLETARY. MILLARD S, 


Rnckv M.mn 

Ashevillc 

W'llmmtton 

Sumter. S.C 

Maxinn 


SKERRY, BARBARA A. 
SLAUGHTER, ERIC A. 
SLAUGHTER. RUTHIE E, 
SMITH. BARBARA A. 
SMITH. CAROL J. 


Charlotte 

Albcm,)rle 
Thomasville 


SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 


CECELIA L 
CLARENCE A. Jr. 
CURTIS D. 
DARRELL L. 
FRANCIS R. It. 


Newton Gune 

Raleieh 

Bessemer City 

Kannipoli 

Portsmouth. Va 


SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 
SMITH 


HENRY A 
JACQUELINE K. 
JANE I. 

JANICE E. 
JOYCE A. 


Chlllnttt 

GteetiviUe 
Charlotte 
Durham 
Gatland 




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SMITH, LAWRENCE A. 
SMITH, LINDA L. 



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SMITH. MICHAEL I 

SMITH NANCY M. 

SMITH. PEGGY L. 

SMITH. PHILLIP R. 



SMITH. THOMAS E. 
S.MITH, VICKI D 
SMITH. WARREN B. 
SMITH. WILLIAM H. 
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Windsor 











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SNOW. EDWIN C. 
SNUGGS. FRANCES C. 
SNYDER. MORRIS E. 
SOLOMON. MICHAEL E. 
SOUTHERLAND. ANTHONY 



SOUTHERLAND. KATHRYN 
SOUTHGATE. THOMAS F. 
SPAIN. HILDA G. 
SPANO. BARBARA A 
SPARGER. FREDERICK J 
SPARROW. DIANA J. 



SPARROW. STEPHEN W. 
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SPFfKMAN MARK C. 
SPFNfE. ANDREA K. 
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SPRUILL. CONSTANCE T. 



SPRUILL, MARY K. 
STADIEM. SARA B. 
STAFFORD, SHERRI 1 
STALLINGS, EDNA M. 
STALLS, JAMES K. 
STAMPS, SUSAN B. 



STANCIL. SUE A. 
STANDEFER, STEPHANIE 
STANFIELD. ROBERT F. 
STANLEY, FRANCES A. 
STANLEY, JUDY A. 
STANLEY NANCY Y, 



STANLEY, WILLIAM T, 
STANSBURY, NANCY M. 
STARKE, LINDA D, 
STARLING, CLARA H. 
STARLING, LINDA S. 
STEADMAN, NANCY L, 



STEGALL. MARSHALL H, 
STEINBURG, MIRAM R. 
STEINBURG. BRUCE A. 
STEM. SANDRA E, 
STEPHENS, JAMES L. 



STEPHENSON, JEROME B. 
STEPHENSON, SUSAN E. 
STEVENS. JUDITH D. 
STEVENS, PAMELA A. 
STEPHENSON, VIVIAN R. 



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Roanoke Ripids 

Smithf.eld 



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Spring Hope 

Asheboro 

Lillington 



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STOVALL. MARILYN 
STOEW. DAVID L. 
STRAIN, ROBERT D. 



STRAWN. BOBBY M. 
STRICKLAND. CHARLES E. 
STREIFEL. LORRIE J. 
STRICKLAND. ARNETTE 
STRICKLAND. EDDIE H. 



STRICKLAND. GWEN 
STRICKLAND. JOSEPH H. 
STRICKLAND. MARILYN 
STRICKLAND. ROBERT D. 
STRICKLAND. WILLARD B. 



STRINGER, JAMES R. 
STROUD, LAWRENCE A, 
STROUD, LARRY C. 
STUART, CYNTHIA L. 
STYRON, ESTHER K. 



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SUNDHOLM. MARJORY 
SURLES. GAVLE O, 
SURRATT, JOEL A. 
SURRETT, DALE C. 
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SUTTON. CHARLES T. 

SUTTON. DIANA E. 

SUTTON. DIANE 

SUTTON. JOANNA E. 



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SUTTON, SANDRA K. 
SWAN. SALLIE R. 
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TOWE, JAMES M. Jr. Rocky Mount 

TOWNSEND. CLARENCE G. Whiteville 

TRANSOU. MARGARET A. Greensboro 

TROTTER. TERRIE T. Charlotte 

TUCKER. CAROL A. Macnolia 

TUCKER, CAROLYN A. Greenville 



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TURLINGTON. JANICE F. Lillington 

TURLINGTON. MILTON E. Fayetteville 

TURNER. ALICE B, Weldon 

TURNER. GEORGETTE A. Kinston 

TURNER. JOSEPH W. Goldsboro 



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TUTTLE. JUDY E. Germanton 

TUTTLE. JUDY L. WinstonSalem 

TWIGG. WALLACE B. Jr. Mathews Va 

TWIFORD. DENNIS O. Powells Point 

TWISDALE. ANDREW E. Enfield 



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TYNDALL. ROBERT A. Pfafftown 

TYSON. JOSEPH J. Durham 

TYSON. VERNON L. Durham 

UPCHLIRCH. SUSAN T. Chapel Hill 

UPTON. WILLIAM E. Greenville 



UTLEY. BILLIE New Bern 

VAIL, lACK S. Spencer 

VANDERCOOK. BRIAN R. Riverdale Md 

VANNOY. WILLIAM E. Jefferson 

VANTLFYL. NEIL C, ArlinKton Va. 

VAUGHN. CHARLES W. Mount Olive 



VESTAL, SAMMY G, 
VICK. NORA F. 
VICK, TRUDY J. 
VIEL, LAWRENCE W. 
VINSON. DEBORAH G. 
VINSON. GARY R. 



VITTUR. JOAN B Rnxboro 

VOGLER, MICHAEL R, Winston-Salem 

WAGNER. CHERYL A. Sprinsfield Pa 

WAGES. ROBBIE E, Fayetteville 

WAGNER. KAREN L. Raleieh 

WAGNER. ELIZABETH A. Rocky Mount 



WALDEN. GERTRUDE G. Lumberton 

WALKER. ELLEN K. Winston-Salem 

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Edcnton 

Ashe%.ne 


WALLACE. PATRICIA B. 
WAI.IER. NANCY S 
WALSH. BRENDA C. 
WALTERS. CHERYL S. 


Washinslon 

Greensboro 

Salisbur>' 

Lumberton 


WALTERS. JAMES N. 
WALTERS KATHRYN E. 
WAN-NAMAKER. JAMES M. 
WARD. DORIS J. 


Henderson 

Monroe 

Greenville 

Staley 


WARD. EDITH G. 
WARD. GEORGE R. 
WARDEN. REBECCA L. 
WARNER. ANN M 


Windsor 

Asheboto 

Durham 

WashmKtnn 


WARNER. AVA B. 
WARREN. DONALD E. 
WARREN. MARTHA R. 
WATERMAN. ROBERT D. 


Sanford 

Oxford 

Grimesland 

RaleiRh 


WATERS. BRADFORD L. 
WATERS. MARSHA E 
WATERS. MARVIN T 
WATSON. ANN L. 


New Bern 

Charlotte 

New Bern 

Exmore. Va. 



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WATSON. DIANA G. 
WATSON. IVEY 
WATSON, PHYLLIS A. 
WATSON. REBECCA D. 
WEATHERS. SUSAN D. 
WEATHERSBEE. SIDNEY P. 
WEAVER. NANCY 


Burlmfiton 

Rockv Mount 

Pine Level 

Severn 

Durham 

Norwood 

Ahoskie 


WEBB. BRENDA J. 
WEEKI.EY. CAROL A. 
WEEKS. CAROLYN F. 
WEEKS, MARGARET E. 
WEIGAND. lAMES P. 
WIENER. EILEEN C. 
WELCH. MARY J. 


Pmetops 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

Mount Olive 

Bethel 

Greenville 

Richmond. Va. 

Burlington 


WELLS. LINDA C. 
WELLS. LINDA M. 
WELLS. PHYLLIS J. 
WELLS RICHARD A. 
WERTH. ROBERT S. 
WESNER. FRANK J. 
WESSON. DON'NA K. 


Garner 

Rockv M^iinl 

Enfield 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Plymouth 

Troy 


WEST MARY C, 
WEST. PENELOPE P. 
WHALEY. DAVID E. 
WHELI.CHEI. ELIZABETH J 
WHETSEI.L. THOMAS E. 
WHICKER. CHARLES V. 
WHISENANT. JOHN T. 


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Kinslon 

Manlco 

Charlotte 

Mount Olive 

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Havelock 



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WHITE, DELORES J. 


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Ashevllle 

Roanoke Rapids 

Merry Hill 

Eure 


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EDWARD L. 
GAILYA A. 
GREGORY B. 
JOHN F. Jr. 
LLOYD W. Ill 


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Dover 

Oak Crty 

Greensboro 

Washington 


WHITE. LOREY H. Jr. 
WHITE. PAMELA A. 
WHITE. SARAH E. 
WHITEHEAD. LINDA L. 
WHITFIELD. GERALD W. 


Williamston 

Lumberton 

Hampton. Va. 

Whiteville 

Durham 


WHITLARK. SUE W. 
WHITLEY, ANGELA G. 
WHITLEY. BOBBY L. 
WHITLEY. DAVID L. Jr. 
WHITLEY. DONALD M. II 


Macclesfield 

Robersonville 

Pinetops 

Dover. Del. 

Charlotte 


WHITLEY, NANCY B. 
WHITLEY. REBA I. 
WHITLOCK, MARTHA S. 
WHITMIRE. ANDREA L. 
WHITT. MARTLN L. 


Mufreesboro 

Albemarle 

Hickory 

Fairfax. Va. 

Timberlake 


WHITT. SUE E. 
WHITTEN. EMILY S. 
WIGGS. ROBERT L. 
WRIGHTMAN. WILLIAM C. 
WILCOX. ANNE E. 


Winston-Salem 

Henderson 

Washinston 

Graham 

Arlington. Va, 



WILCOX. JAMES M. 
WILHELM. STEPHEN R. 
WILLIAMS. ALICE W. 
WILLIAMS, BARRY C. 
WILLIAMS, CAROL L. 
WILLIAMS, CAROLYN D. 
WILLIAMS. DALE 



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WILLIAMS, GARY B. Cole 
WILLIAMS. HELEN P. 
WILLIAMS. JACKIE A. 
WILLIAMS. JENNIE F. 
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Sanford 

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WILLIAMS. JOYCE G 
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WILLIAMS. LESLIE H. 
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA A 
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WILLIFORD, JANE A. 
WILLIFORD, REBECCA 
WILLIFORD. ROBERT L. 
WILLIS. JUDITH L. 
WILLIS. RAY^TDND G. Jr. 
WILLIS. SUSAN W. 



WILMER. DANNY \V. 
WILSON. BARBARA A, 
WILSON, LIONNA S. 
WILSON. NANCY L- 
WILSON. SANDRA G. 
WILSON. STEPHEN H. 



WINDERS. BARBARA N. 
WINDERS. MYRTIE L. 
WINEOFF, MARTHA F. 
W IMLRS BARBARA A. 
WOLFF. DARLENE K. 
WUMBLt. ANDREW C. 



WOMBLE. DAVID E. 
WOMBLE. DONNA L. 
WOMMACK. FLORENCE 
WOOD. CAROLYN R. 
WOOD. CHRISTINE M. 
WOOD. DEIDRE L 



WDliDALL. ANTHON-Y- M. 
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W (HiHHURY, DAVID K. 
WOODWARD, JANET L. 
WOOTEN. ANNETTE G. 



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WiiKslLY, ANNE C. 
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YONCE. CHARLES M. 
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YOUNG. BARBARA L 



YOUNG. CGAIG E. 
YOUNG. DOUGLAS J. 
YOUNG. LINDA E. 
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BAPTISTS COOPERATE WITH 'OPERATION SANTA CLAUS.' 




officers: seaieJ, Beth Barnes, worship chairman; Bonnie Adams, 
education chairman; Kate Vance, kitchen chairman; Pattie Price, 
social actions chairman; and Betsy Evans, secretary. Standing, 



Walter Rublein, treasurer; Earl Mullins, president; Reverend 
Dwight Pickling, chaplain; Joe Johnson, vice-president; and 
Tom Deans, enlistment chairman. 



Looking forward to a new sin- 
dent center, the Baptist Student 
Union of East Carolina College 
sought to meet the spiritual needs 
of an increasing number of students. 
Members of the Union strove to 
practice their Christian concern and 
to relate their dedication to Christ 
through creative service. In coopera- 
tion with "Operation Santa Claus," 
they contributed gifts for mental pa- 
tients in the area. Each summer the 
North Carolina Baptist Student 
Union sponsored a summer mission 
project, for which the local unit 
raised one thousand dollars. A mid- 
winter retreat enabled members to 
relax and enjoy informal discussions. 
Easter was a very special time for 
the Union, and the student choir 
presented a program during that 
season. 




Baptist students harmonize around the piano before their weekly vesper service. 



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Members of the Campus Christian Fellowship enjoy their weekly supper meeting at the Eighth Street Christian Church. 



CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP PARTICIPATES IN YOUTH WEEK. 



Students of the Christian denomination 
affiliated with the Campus Christian Fellow- 
ship at East Carolina. The approximately 
twenty-five active members met weekly for 
dinner and worship. Several times through- 
out the year they entertained the foreign 
students on campus. In January, they par- 
ticipated in the Youth Week activities of the 
Christian Church in Greenville. With the 
coming of spring, many of the Fellowship's 
members ventured to a nearby beach for a 
retreat. 




Steering Committee: Si\iud. Nanq- Joyner. 
Paul Allen, Francis Foster, and Sidney 'Walke 



and Janis Hardy Su>:J:,!.i;. 



333 



CANTERBURY EMPHASIZES INDIVIDUALISM. 



Informal organization — no officers, no dues, no initiation, no 
restrictive membership requirements — attracted students from 
all religious faiths to Canterbury, the Episcopal college student 
group. Its function was simply that of knowing one another as 
individuals so that a meaningful relationship might take place. 
Because of the Canterbury participants' concern for the uniqueness 
of the individual as expressed by the life of Jesus Christ and be- 
cause of their dismay at how one's uniqueness could get lost in the 
holes of the IBM cards, they tried to establish at their gathering 
place at St. Paul's Episcopal Church the atmosphere of honest 
concern for one another. They strove to make newcomers and 
old timers alike feel that they were important and that they had 
a legitimate contribution to make to East Carolina College. Supper 
meetings and discussion groups sponsored weekly helped to ac- 
complish their goal to share with others a portion of the loving 
concern shown by Jesus the Christ. 




Bulletin board announces the meeting times of Onterbury and other 
services at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church. 




At iHfc liiM 1 / 

Episcopalian students and friends enjoy fellowship during a weekly supper meeting- 




Officers: Donald Kallman, treasurer; Dr. JnsL] h Hamhrow, adviser; Martin GolJfarb, president; Charlene Teitelbaum, 
Steinbery, corresponding secretary'; and Marcia Beliman, recording secretar). 



e-president; Miriam 



HEBREW YOUTH FELLOWSHIP PROMOTES 
RELIGIOUS RELATIONSHIPS. 



To afford the Jewish students on campus an 
opportunity to gather for Bible study and prayer 
was the purpose of the Hebrew Youth Fellow- 
ship. Since its organization in I960, the mem- 
bership more than tripled. Weekly meetings in 
the Y-Hut and participation in Religious Empha- 
sis Week helped to promote better religious rela- 
tionships. During special events on campus, such 
as Homecoming festivities, the Fellowship spon- 
sored special activities for its membership. 




Jewish sludents make plans to parliclpate in Religious Emphasis Week. 



335 





Brenda To Cribb and Pam Longo pause from their 
THE kInGS KHRONICLE. 



vork on the newsletter. 



Many students attend the Fellowship's weekly suppers at the Y-Hut. 



KING YOUTH FELLOWSHIP SPONSORS BANQUET. 




King Youth Fellowship seized as 
the voice of the Pentecostal Holiness 
Church at East Carolina College. 
Striving to promote Christian fel- 
lowship among its members and the 
East Carolina student body, the or- 
ganization invited all students to 
join weekly discussions and other ac- 
tivities. A Homecoming Banquet in 
October provided social entertain- 
ment at a time when the campus was 
in a festive spirit. An annual trip to 
a nearby attraction capped the year's 
activities. THE KING'S KHRON- 
ICLE, published monthly by the 
Fellowship, informed alumni, mem- 
bers, and friends of outstanding 
events. 



Officers- Brenda Jo Cribb, editor; Ruth Williams, secretary-treasurer; Floyd Jackson, Jr., president; Deanna Mc- 
Candless, vice-president; Pam Lon^o, chaplain; Heidi McDuff, historian. 



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LLTHEIL4N STl BEATS ATTEND ECIMEMCAL CONFERENCE. 




Officers: Reverend R. I. Dasher, ch.iplain; Margaret Davis, food chj 
Harold Fogleman, president; and Mrs. J. O. Derrick, adviser. 



Jo Ann Schafford, secretary: 




Seeking to he an instrument of the church 
whereby students express and deepen their 
faith in Christ, the Lutheran Student As- 
sociation on campus worked closely with the 
Lutheran Church in Greenville. It aimed to 
he J channel where students experienced fel- 
lowship, showed a concern for one another's 
needs, discussed topics of interest, and wor- 
shipped together. Activities of the associa- 
tion included a retreat in the spring and a 
trip to the Ecumenical Conference in Greens- 
boro, North Carolina, in April. 



Tiie Reverend Robert Dasher, chaplain to the Lutheran Asso 
meal and fellowship at the Lutheran Church, 



and members cn)oy a ^otxi 



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officers: seated, Mary Beth Mayville, treasurer; Mike Posey, president; and Carol Hallman, vice-president. Standing, 
Father Michael Shugrue, adviser; Daniel Saieed. secretar)'; and Father Maurice Spillane, adviser. 



NEWMAN CLUB INITIATES WEEKLY MASS. 



Religious, intellectual, and social ac- 
tivities gave meaning to the spiritual 
and temporal lives of the members of 
the Newman Club, an organization of 
Catholic students on campus. Weekly 
mass and confession were appreciated 
new activities begun this school year. 
These and the availability of a priest 
on campus were vital to the spiritual 
enrichment of the members. A spaghetti 
supper in January and a beach trip in 
the spring enhanced the fellowship 
which the students enjoyed weekly. 




Catholic students hear about sociological trends from a local professor. 



PRESBYTERIANS SUBSIDIZE 'THE ITCHr 




Westminster Fellowship, the organization of Presbyterian 
students, became increasingly well-known on campus during 
the past year. Sponsorship of "The Itch," a modern coffee- 
house with an informal atmosphere open on weekends to any- 
one on campus, made the Presbyterian Student Center a 
popular attraction for East Carolina students. "The Itch" 
featured a variety of unusual refreshments, and its sponsors 
encouraged anyone who had talent or who desired merely 
to express himself to entertain frequenters. This major project 
of the Fellowship was well received. Members of Westminster 
met several times weekly for supper at the student center. 
Discussions usually followed the meals, and the range of topics 
considered was almost unlimited. The Fellowship attempted 
to offer the individual student an opportunity for expression 
in a friendly atmosphere. 



TheReM-unJ Bron^.m .M.i(iu-y 
atmosphere of "The Itch." 



Presbyterian students in the informal 




Friends find the Presbyterian Student Center a perfect setting for interesting conversation. 



Attentive eyes focus on a student perfo 
coffeehouse. 



the Presbyterian 

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WESLEY FOUNDATION OFFERS FINANCIAL 




Student Council: Henry Townsend, Judy Balkum, Reverend Jim Hobbs, Pam McKitrick, and Ron Watson. 




Girls on the kitchen staff serve the food to hungry members at the weekly suppers. 



Visiting the Methodist Student Center, a 

coed writes her name in the student ij^ 

register. ^^^i 




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4SSISTANCE THROIGH STUDENT LOAN FUND. 



Wesley Foundation, Methodist student organ- 
ization, provided a ministry' of Christian involve- 
ment and presence through its program and ac- 
tivities. Apart from the financial assistance pro- 
vided a number of students through the Metho- 
dist Student Loan fund, the Foundation tried 
to serve each individual by offering an opportun- 
ity for a unique encounter with the fundamentals 
and possibilities of the Christian faith. Toward 
this end, experiments in worship and study, as 
well as play, were attempted. Several times week- 
ly, the basement of the student center became 
a coffeehouse named the "Catacombs." Open 
for the first time this year, the coffeehouse met 
with moving success, as it provided what most 
students wanted — a cup of coffee and a place 
to talk. Toward future expansion, the Wesley 
Foundation purchased a house adjacent to the 
present center and rented it to college students. 



Kitchen staff relaxes after sening siudents and tidying the kitchen. 




At meal time, the most popular attraction in the Student Center 
serving window of the kitchen. 









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CLUBS 




343 




Approximaeely twenty chemist^' majors compose the membership of the American Chemical Society Student Affihate. 



CHEMISTRY ORGANIZATION SETS POLICIES FOR FUTURE. 




Officers: John Neal, president; Keith Holmes, Jr., 
Alan Lipkin, treasurer; and Dr. R. C. Lamb, adviser. 



■ ice-president; Anne Brinkley, secretary; 



Having recently received its nation- 
al charter, the American Chemical So- 
ciety Student Affiliate at East Carolina 
College continued to lay the founda- 
tion of policies and activities to guide 
the club in future years. It existed to 
stimulate and maintain an interest in 
modern developments in chemistry. 
Students seeking a degree in chemistry 
were eligible to join. Throughout the 
school year, the organization presented 
the chemistry department with hand- 
books for laboratory work. By sponsor- 
ing field trips through industries in 
eastern North Carolina and inviting lec- 
turers to speak on modern chemistry 
developments, the club fulfilled its pur- 
poses. All members received a special 
publication featuring chemical and 
chemical engineering news. 



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PHYSICS INSTITUTE INVITES LECTURERS. 




Dr. Coulter, adviser; John Brear,-, vice-president and treasurer; Richard Olsen, president; Bas.l arney, secretary; and Mr. Floyd Read, adviser. 



15 




Students vsho wished to further their understanding 
of physics found membership in the East Carolina 
Student Section of the American Institute of Physics 
quite rewarding. Through the national organization, 
the student section brought lecturers and movies per- 
taining to physics to the campus with no expense. A 
student placement service was available for students 
seeking summer employment in their field and jobs 
upon graduation. During the year, the members took 
field trips which were pertinent to their interests. 
An annual spring picnic with the faculty of the 
physics department completed the year's activities. 



Physics majors gather to 



a movie sent to them by the An 



of Physics. 



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Florist ;;ives President Augusta Tetterton hints on making bows for the mums to be sold at Homecoming. 




ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD 




Alter a tiring day of classes, refreshments are a welcomed part of 
tlx- ACE meetings. 



President Tetterton discusses with the members plans for a trip to the National 
Headquarters Building. 



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Members enjoy socializing with one another at a monthly meeting. 



DICATION MAJORS AIDS INDERPRIJ ILEGED CHILDREN. 



Education mijors who 
planned to teach children in 
kindergarten through grade 
six and who had a profound 
interest in children qualified 
for membership in the Associa- 
tion for Childhood Education. 
At Homecoming, the organiza- 
tion sponsored a mum sale in 
cooperation with a local flor- 
ist. This was the major money- 
making project. At Christmas, 
the members showered a fam- 
ily of underprivileged children 
with food and gifts. They sent 
delegates to the state and na- 
tional conventions in the spring 
and contributed to the National 
Headquarters Building Fund in 
Washington, D. C. An out- 
standing member of the local 
Association received the Mary 
Lois Staton Award for scholar- 
ship, leadership, and childhood 
understajiding. 




OfflC 

Tcttc 



Mai^- Lois Slalon^ ajvis 
res.Jent; ,ind Susan Ev 



, Sandra Da 
s, second 1 



lial ch. 

iresidir 



.in; Judy Nicholson, first vice-president; Augusta 



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COMPETITIONS AND 

WATER SHOWS CROWN 

AQUANYMPHS' ACTIVITIES. 



Aquanymphs sponsor, Mrs. Gay Blocker, assists Martha Jo Chambers 
with a water exercise. 




Swimmers practice their maneuvers in preparation for the water show. 



Available to advanced women swimmers 
who passed the tryouts at the beginning of 
each cjuarter, the Aquanmyphs met weekly 
to improve strokes and plan water acts. 
They practiced and enjoyed synchronized 
swimming and represented the school in ex- 
tramural competitions. Highlights of the 
year included Christmas and Spring Water 
Shows, which featured several water num- 
bers in rhythm to music. Competitions at 
Furman University and at Queens College 
rounded out the schedule for the school year. 




Officers: Becky Bass, 
tary. 



j-president; Martha Jo Chambers, president; and Judy Bulluck, secre- 



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Development of leadership and ser- 
vice to the community and college were 
the purposes of the Circle K Club of 
East Carolina College. Membership was 
available only to invited men students 
who maintained a "C" average and 
possessed good character. 

Of the more than six hundred Circle 
K Clubs on college campuses in the 
L'nited States, the club on this cam- 
pus became one of the most active. Club 
members served in a number of ways. 
They sponsored a Christmas party for 
needy children, ushered for the Stu- 
dent Government Association Entertain- 
ment Series, and donated to the Tide- 
water Blood Bank. In cooperation with 
the Greenville Kiwanis Club, they gave 
a scholarship of one hundred and fifty 
dollars to a deserving student. 




Officers: Jim Southerland, treasurer; 
Jones, secretary. 



Noel Matherne, vice-president; Noel Morphis, president; and Brent 



CIRCLE K SERJ ES CAMPUS, COMMUNITY. 





Local Kiwanian, John Barnhill, who has been influential in promotinj; the Circle 
K Club on campus, and Nnel Morphis pause before beginninp the after-dinner 
program. 



President Noel Morphis directs business at the weekly dinner meet- 
ing in the Buccaneer Room. 



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GYMNASTICS CLUB GIVES DEMONSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT 




Gymnast's tense muscles show that coordination is required in using 
the rings. 





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Coed demonstrates her skill on the parallel bars. 



HE STATE. 




Avid student of gymnastics works out on the horse. 




Promoting £;ymn.istics in the area sencd hy the 
college through an active gymnastics program for 
st:udents was the aim of the East Carolina College 
Gymnastics Club. One group of members in the club 
participated in gymnastics merely for enjoyment. 
Others not only enjoyed gymnastics at the college 
but also performed throughout the area as members 
of the "Travellers." These performers went to Dur- 
ham, Windsor, Beaufort, Ayden, Elkin, Camp Le- 
Jeune, North Carolina; and they gave a perform- 
ance at Old Dominion College in Virginia. All these 
activities were directed toward increasing public in- 
terest in gymnastics. 



Gyn 



hum.in pyr 



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Hockey Team Captain, Judy Torick, of East Carolina congratulates the captain from Meredith College on a well-played game. 



HOCKEY, MODERN DANCE CLUBS ATTRACT COEDS. 



Under the sponsorship of the Women's Recreation 
Association, the Hockey and the Modern Dance Clubs 
attracted coeds who possessed talent and interest in these 
activities. 

Striving to promote the mastery of body movements, 
many students who had had at least one quarter or its 
equivalent in dance participated in the Modern Dance 
Club. Poise, grace, and agility resulted from their practices 
in body conditioning. Demonstrations of the modern 
dance techniques learned during the year were presented 
in a recital at the end of the school year. 

Members of the Hockey Club formed a team which 
competed with other hockey teams in North Carolina. 
The efforts of the East Carolina team were seemingly 
worthwhile, for the girls won a majority of the games 
they played. 




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Modern Dance Club officers — Sally Thomasun, 
Martha Jo Plitt, president — rehearse for the spring 



r-prtsident, and 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ENTERTAINS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. 




Encouraging professional development of college home 
economics students, the East Carolina Home Economics 
Chapter participated actively in activities of the state or- 
ganization and sponsored numerous projects on campus. 
Among the membership of the local organization was 
the treasurer for the college chapter's section of the North 
Carolina Home Economics Association. The E.ist Caro- 
lina Chapter participated with other chapters in an In- 
ternational Scholarship Fund. In September, a tea and 
picnic honored the beginning and transferring home eco- 
nomics majors. Spaghetti suppers to raise funds provided 
practical application of home-making talents. The Decem- 
ber meeting was the highlight of the year as the members 
gathered at the Home Man.igement House for a Christ- 
mas party and dramatic entertainment. In February, a High 
School Emphasis Weekend attracted to the campus high 
school girls aspiring to study home economics. At the An- 
nual Awards Banquet in the spring, the outstanding senior 
and the outstanding freshman m the department were pre- 
sented achievement awards; and new members were in- 
ducted into the chapter. 



Officers: Roxanna Kerle>', treasurer; Cher)'! YeI\erton, vice-president; Beckie 
Hobbs, president; and Dr. Vila Rosenfeld, ad\iser. 




Members of the Home Economics Chapter listen attentively to a propram on the Icchnolop,. of homemakin.i; 



INDUSTRIAL, TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLUB SPONSORS 



Club members, Williams and 
Bowers, operate the drill press in 
the metal shop. 





Officers: Fred Passamonte. secretary; Vance McBride, historian; George Heckman, president; James Lewis, treasurer: and Richard Drake vice- 
president. * 



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PARTY FOR FRESHMEN. 



Students who majored or minored in Industrial and 
Technical Education or engineering were eligible for 
membership in the Industrial and Technical Education 
Club. The club promoted professional activities among 
industrial arts students, provided fellowship and in- 
teresting activities among the members, and empha- 
sized the need for industrial arts in eastern North 
Carolina. In the fall, the members sponsored a part)' 
for incoming freshmen in the Industrial and Tech- 
nical Education Department. They subsidized a loan 
fund which they made available to members. The 
club sent a delegation to the annual spring meeting 
of the North Carolina Industrial Arts Association. 




Fred Passanmnle assisls Gcorpe Hcckman in working with the horizontal 
milling machine. 




Fred Passamonle, Vance McBride, George Heckman, Richard Drake, Susan Tolnich, and Woody Johnson shape metal 
with the vertical milling machine. 



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Karate meeting begin; 



KAIL4TE ORGANIZATION COMPETES WITH 




Competitive karate meetings with nearby military 
bases and with colleges kept the spirit and interest 
at a peak in the East Carolina Karate Organiza- 
tion. Members of the club gave several karate demon- 
strations during the school year. Progressive belt pro- 
motions upon qualification rewarded the members 
for their effort. The club met twice weekly to keep 
the members physically fit and to ready them for 
the competition. Their activities helped to promote 
the spirit of karate and to enhance competitive kar- 
ate throughout North Carolina. 



Intent eyes show tin 



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Officers: Paul Donohue. president, black belt; and John Ferr>', vice-president, brown belt. 



CLUBS FROM NEARBY MILITARY BASES, COLLEGES. 




Karate members watch a demonstration by two of "The Travellers,' 



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Officers: Marie Petmllo, vice-president; Frank Johnston, president; and Lynn Jones, secretjjy-treasurer. 



LAWS. POLITICS, CONTROVERSIES CONCERN LAW SOCIETY. 




Students interested in the law profession 
found in the Law Society of East Carolina 
College an opportunity to learn about the 
responsibilities, skills, and nature of the pro- 
fession through programs, activities, lectures, 
and other informational media. Speakers and 
discussion programs concerning laws, politics, 
and current national and international con- 
troversies led the members to a better un- 
derstanding of the role of the law profession 
in society and helped to stimulate the stu- 
dents' intellectual curiosity concerning law 
and government. Membership in the Society 
was open to any East Carolina College stu- 
dent. 



Ethiopian delegation to the Mixlel United Nations meets to study the country it represents. 



358 



LIBRARY CLUB PREPARES DISPLAY FOR BOOK WEEK. 



Library science majors or minors, library assistants, 
and those interested in library work qualified for 
membership in the Library' Club. The club encour- 
aged an interest in the East Carolina College li- 
brary, promoted fellowship among student assistants, 
and provided an opportunity for students to discuss 
library problems and interests. Projects undertaken 
by the club included distributing posters and doing 
other work for National Library Week and prepar- 
ing displays for Children's Book Week. 




Patsy Evans presides over a meeting of the Library Club to organize plans for 
advertising Children's Book Week. 




Officers: Laurie Robeson, reporter; Pal Olive, reporter, Mrs Emily Boyce. adviser; Bettie Lou Watkins, secretary-treasurer; Paul Allc 
vice-president; and Patsy Evans, president. 



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MATHEMATICS CLUB HONORS OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN. 




Mathematics majors gained an insight into their future 
in their chosen field through membership in the Marie 
D. Graham Mathematics Club. In the fall, the club 
sponsored a weiner roast to get the year's activities 
underway. At the meetings, speakers from industry and 
the area of mathematics education came to share first- 
hand information on career opportunities. When speak- 
ers were not available, the members enjoyed playing 
mathematical games and solving brain teasers. The out- 
standing freshman in the mathematics department re- 
ceived the annual award presented by the club. 



Mathematics club members watch closly as 
teaser is presented on the chalkboard. 



athematical brain 




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Offic 
LeBIi 



Mr. Robert Woodside, adviser; Hal Short, vice-president; Betsy Allen, secretary; Thornton Stovall, president; and Randy 




Mr^ Larry Williams, interior design teacher in the School of Art, expresses his views en decoralinp to future designer; 



INTERIOR DESIGNERS DISCUSS CURRENT DECORATING TRENDS. 



Fostering close relationships between the interior 
design profession and the student and representing 
the profession to the public and the trades were the 
overall purposes of the National Society of Interior 
Designers at East Carolina College. Members devel- 
oped a better understanding of interior design as a 
profession through association with a group of people 
with common interests and goals. Monthly meetings, 
usually in a home, gave them opportunity to compare 
ideas and to discuss trends as well as to hear opinions 
of experts. Members helped to promote interest in 
interior design as a profession by awarding two 
scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students 
in North Carolina. 




Officers: SealeJ. Cindy West, president. Stanjinf,. Tina Utsey. 
vice-president and Gale Pierce, secretary 

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officers: Fred Rutled,ce, president; Bill Lindsey, treasurer; Vista Cotton, secretary; Mr. J. O. Derrick, adviser; and James Kiilgo, vice- 
president. 



PRE-MEDICAL SOCIETY JISITS MEDICAL SCHOOLS. 




offering membership to any East Carolina pre-medical ma- 
jor who possessed the moral fiber essential to the field of 
medicine, the Pre-Medical Society revolved on a four-fold pro- 
gram. The purposes of the organization were to stimulate 
interest in the field of medicine, to provide a ready source 
of useful information to pre-medical and pre-dental students, 
to foster a closer relationship between the members and the 
faculty advisers, and to reward scholastic achievement. Activities 
in which the members furthered their interest and knowledge 
of medicine included trips to the Medical School Open House 
at both the University of North Orolina at Chapel Hill and 
Bowman Gray at Winston Salem, sponsorship of guest speakers 
from medical schools and local hospitals, and reviews of 
films about medicine. 



e pre-medical student. 



MANAGEMENT SOCIETY TAKES FIELD TRIPS. 



Stimulating and further developing the practice of 
good management and the dissemination of good 
management principles were the purposes of the So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management. This or- 
ganization was the collegiate chapter of the national 
professional society bearing the same name. Members 
of the society at East Carolina took field trips to var- 
ious industries and thereby gained an insight into 
actual managing situations. Speakers and films at 
the chapter meetings conveyed the different phases 
of management and enriched the members' overall 
view of the profession. 




Guest speaker chats with members of the Manaj;ement Society 
after the adjournment of a meeting. 



WMf^^MM^ 




officers: Mr. William S. Hart, adviser; Rawley Speir, secretar>'. Dr 
Walter Bovard, president; and Bart Edelen, vice-president. 



STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




Committee Chairmen: Sandra He^, pub- 
licity chairman; Margaret Lee, social chair- 
man; Sue Lewis, projects chairman, and 
Jane Seymour, membership chairman. 



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Boasting the second largest chapter in the state and 
two officers in the Northern District Student NEA, 
the Student National Education Association of East 
Carolina College provided valuable opportunities for 
students preparing for a teaching career. The organiza- 
tion strived to help its members to develop an under- 
standing of the teaching profession through participa- 
tion in work of local, state, and national education 
associations. Club activities helped students to develop 
an understanding of the history, ethics, organizations, 
policies, and programs of the education profession, 
and to gain practical experiences in working together 
on educational problems. Interesting capable young 
men and women in education as a career and encour- 
aging selective standards for persons admitted to ap- 
proved programs of teacher education were primary 
goals of the Student NEA. 

Special interest in the mentally retarded and under- 
privileged children of the area was the basis for most 
projects on the local Student NEA. By selling fruit- 
cakes at Christmas and candles made by the retarded 
children, the members collected funds for the Sheltered 
Workshop of Pitt County. Underprivileged children 
benefited from the tutoring program in which a club 
member helped one child for two hours each week 
during the entire year. 



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1) Martin, faculty niembv r 
i^ent NEA. 



the School of Education, ad- 



DEMONSTRATES mTEREST IN INDERPRUTLEGED CHILDREN. 



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officers: Ginii Abessino, treasurer; Diane Lancaster, secretary'; Jo Ann Newcomb, vice-president; and Don Snyder, pr 
ident 




Future teachers aN^ait the arrnjl of a ^ucst schoul supcriiilcntlent .it a tiinntlily meeting 



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Sociology majors, faculty, and other in- 
terested students found in the Sociology Club 
an outlet for sharing their views of the social 
sciences. Interchanging ideas and promoting 
interest in sociology, anthropology, and social 
service on this campus and wherever its in- 
fluence in society were the facets which the 
club emphasized. At the monthly meetings, 
speakers in the area of sociology came to of- 
fer expert knowledge. To crown the activi- 
ties of the year, the members sponsored 
Sociology Day in May. 



Mr. John Barton, faculty meinber, speaks to the Sociology Club at December meeting. 



STUDENT SOCIOLOGISTS SPONSOR SOCIOLOGY DAY. 




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STlDE^T MRSES PI BUSH NEWSLETTER. 



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Officers: seated, Martha Klein, first vice-president; Mary Smith, Odham, secretar)-. Standing. Cheo'l Willard, treasurer; Patricia 

historian; Joanrie Williamson, second vice-president; and Pam Worthington, president; and Miss Barbara Adams, adviser. 



Nurses chat befori 



itudent nurses 
eason. 



Pitt Memorial Hospital durin.q the Christmas 





Initiation of the publication of a newsletter, BUCCANEER 
NURSE, heacicd the list of the year's accomplishments of the 
East Carolina Student Nurses' Association. A relatively young 
organization on cimpus, it grew rapidly in both member- 
ship and scope. It strove to promote professional and so- 
cial unity among the student nurses. At Christmas the mem- 
bers made favors and sang carols for the patients at Pitt 
Memorial Hospital and Greenville Nursing and Convalescent 
Home. In the spring, a banquet honored the seniors in the 
club. Looking forward to a new building to house the School 
of Nursing, the members planned a money-making project 
to purchase a gift for the building. All Iheir actnities aided 
in the development of student nurses as Imly democratic 
citizens. 



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Officers: seated, Leslie Genzardi, secretary, and Mitzi Tharrin^ton, 
Standing, John Meares. treasurer, and Bary Blick, chairman. 



Political parties made their debut on the East 
Carolina College campus in January, 1966, with 
the organization of the Student Party. Operating 
for the purposes of initiating programs in the 
Student Government Association and urging ad- 
ministrative and student officers to enforce these 
programs, the Student Party was very active. To 
introduce its programs to the students, it sponsor- 
ed candidates in the campus elections and support- 
ed a number of campus activities. Party members 
concentrated most of their activity during fall and 
spring elections. Two delegations participated 
in the Model United Nations. The Student Party 
initiated a Book Exchange Program to give stu- 
dents an outlet for disposing of and acquiring 
used textbooks. Through its School Spirit Pro- 
gram, the Party promoted enthusiasm at athletic 
events. 



STUDENT PARTY INITIATES POLITICAL ORGANIZATION. 




Prospects of spring elections set party wheel; 



UNIJ ERSITY PARTY PROMOTES RILE CHANGES. 




officers: Lynette Lee, secretan-treasurer; Bill Deal, chairman; and Jim Young, vice-chairman. 






■Repair the present; plan for the future, with 
something for all" was the open motto which 
spurred the development of the college's second 
political party, the University Party. Though 
the Party was still very young at the time of the 
fall elections, it won seats in the Student Legis- 
lature and filled other campus offices. Promot- 
ing a platform calling for traffic and parking 
changes, student discount cards, revision of 
women's probation rules, and East Carolina Uni- 
versity status petitions, the members of the party 
worked with enthusiasm. In January, candidates 
for spring elections were nominated at the Party 
Convention. 




Bill Deal and I.jntttc l.i 



age sludenls 



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WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION PROMOTES INTRAMUIL4L 




Officers: Fnsi Row: Patsy Smith, secretary; Julie Johnston, publicity chairman; Harriett Thomas, vice-president; and ^^a^tha Jo Chambers, 
reporter. StiOrid Row: Miss Frances Douglas, adviser, and Kathy Davis, president. 




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Ball goes up durin^ a jump ball" at a basketball contest between two girls' dormitories. 



OMPETlTlOiSS. 



Throueh tournament and intramural competition, 
the Women's Recreation Association encouraged 
sportsmanship, leadership, and interest in athletics 
for women students at East Carolina College. Spon- 
soring athletics throughout the year, the association's 
schedule included track meets, tennis, volleyball, and 
field hockey for fall quarter; swim meets and basket- 
ball for winter quarter; and Softball, archery, bad- 
minton, dance progr.uiis, and water shows tor spring 
quarter. Teams in volleyball, basketball, and field 
hockey played other colleges in varsity competition. 
Climaxing the year of activities was a spring banquet, 
when awards were presented to the winning dormi- 
tory and sorority intramural teams. Individual awards 
were presented to the dormitory and sorority rep- 
resentatives who had been outstanding in the per- 
formance of their duties. 




Coeds representing dormitories and sororities compete for volleyball honors. 




Miss Frances Dougia 



n, chats with players during a half-time intermission. 



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"Striving Toward the Great Society," the current motto 
for the Young Democrats Club of East Carohna College, 
expressed the motive for all the activities of the club. 
Its purposes were to stimulate in young people an 
active interest in governmental affairs, to increase the 
efficiency of popular government, to foster and perpetuate 
the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party, and 
to help acquaint voters with the issues and candidates. 
Membership was open to any student who professed and 
demonstiated allegiance to the principles of the Democratic 
Party. 

Sponsoring rallies, informing the voters on the issues, 
and providing transportation to polls on election day kept 
the members busy during the general election early in the 
school year. Delegates from the club attended a number 
of conventions, and the club made the initial plans for 
an Eastern North Carolina Regional College Young 
Democratic Convention. The club wrote The History of 
the Young Democratic Club at East Carolina College. 
An annual banquet in the spring marked the end of the 
year's activities and the beginning of plans for a new 
year. 




Officers: Seated, Marion Morgan, treasurer; and Becki Barrow, corresponding 
secretary. Standing, Frisby Hendricks, president; and Earle Beasley, vice- 
president. 



ELECTIONS STIMULATE ACTIVITY 
AMONG YOUNG DEMOCRATS. 




Young Democrats crowd 
around a television set to hear 
the election returns in Novem- 
ber. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS SUPPORT 
CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT. 




officers: Tom Hickey, secretary; Dr, Bart Reilly, adviser; Bob Lindfelt. president; John Meares, treasurer; and Ste\e Velverton. \ ice-president. 





Avil] cimpiignin^n for a local Republican 
canciidatc to Congress led the fall activities 
of the Young Republicans Club. A desire 
to work toward a revitalization of sound, 
conservative, free enterprise philosophy of 
government was the requirement for mem- 
bership in the Young Republicans Club 
at E.Lst Carolina. The club strove in all its 
doings to help restore the two-party political 
system to North Carolina. Films and speakers 
at the meetings helped the Young Repub- 
licans to see their places in local, state, and 
national government. 



3r, Bart Reilly. Bob Lindfelt, 
ampaign in the area. 



and John Meares discuss plans for actively engaging in the Republican 



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Radio station WECC-AM, located in Joyner Library, ser\'ed 
as the voice of East Carolina College. Approximately forty stu- 
dents worked to broadcast Sunday through Friday every week. 
During their UNICEF (United Nations International Children's 
Emergency Fund) Marathon in October, the student announcers 
sported the motto, "We stay awake so that others might live." 
Two disc jockeys stayed awake and broadcasted for fifty-four hours 
while other staff members collected donations for UNICEF 
from the students and faculty of the college. They reached their 
goal of S525. At Homecoming, the radio staff won first place 
for its float in the parade. Every Friday and Saturday night it 
sponsored remote dances in the College Union. At Christmas, it 
celebrated with a party and invited two orphans to share the 
festivities. 

During spring quarter, the student broadcasters enjoyed their 
annual banquet, at which outstanding staff members received 
recognition awards. 



Mike Joyner announces campus activities on the campus 
radio station. 



WECC-AM COLLECTS $525 FOR UNICEF. 




Radio Staff: 1. K bin, program director; Jack Hardy, chief announcer; Geoff Church, operations director; Vicky Turner, 
special events chairman; Jerry Beaver, station manager; and Ronald Ketcham, business manager. 



JTECCTJ BROADCASTS CLASS LECTURES. 




Television Staff: Bill Kitchin, Sue Bas- 
nisht, Mike Joyner, Mike Handley. Ryan 
Keith, Jerry Beaver, and Carleen Hjort- 



Mr Carlton R. Benz, director of hrojdcastinp, works in the control 
room. 



Mike Handley operates the camera durin^: 





Scvcr.il ac.idcmic courses at East Carolina College were 
clclixercii to the students through WECC-TV, the closed-cir- 
cuit television station. Although the number of students who 
helped with the telecasting varied each quaiter, there was 
an average of about twenty student workers. They operated 
cameras and audio equipment for the course instructors. 
Courses in government, geography, health, and music apprecia- 
tion were taught on the closed-circuit television. 

Outstanding student workers who qualified for "Best Cam- 
eraman." "Best Director," or "Most Valuable Member" re- 
ceived awards at the end of the year. 



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MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS 






ANGELS ACT AS HOSTESSES FOR AFROTC. 




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Eva Mac Alphin 
Diiris Bell 
ElU-n Benditz 
Sandra Cooper 
Linda Creech 
Mary Jo Deaton 



Janet Fulbright 
Kay Howerton 
Nadine Kin? 
Sheryl McKeel 
Sandra Sanderson 
Jeanne Smith 



Linda Staley 
Sue Stevens 
Brenda Terrell 
Deborah Tuttle 
Cathy Wathtel 
Linda West 




Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society enjoy monthly joint 
speaker-dinner meeting. 



Patricia Larson 
Commander 



Rebecca Hobbs 
Adminislralive Officer 



Angel Flight was an honorar)' organization of dedicated college women who 
had at heart the interests of the United States Air Force, the Air Force Reser\'e 
Officers Training Corps, the Arnold Air Society, and their school. Approx- 
imately 3,000 interested and selected women from over 100 colleges and univer- 
sities in the United States comprised this non-profit organization. The Angels 
had three main ideals. These were to maintain a high morale within the Air 
Force ROTC unit of East Carolina College by serving as official hostesses 
for the Corps; to further through service the recognition of the Air Force 
ROTC by the college; and to acquaint members of Angel Flight with the Air 
Force ROTC, the air age, and air education. 

Membership in the General Chennault Flight of East Carolina was open 
to college women with a "C" average and with a genuine interest in serving 
the community and East Carolina College. No military obligation was associated 
with Angel Flight. 

Local Angels helped with Air Force ROTC Week, the March of Dimes 
Drive for crippled children, the Military Ball, the Armed Forces Day Parade, 
the support of underprivileged children at Christmas, Drill Team Competi- 
tions, Parents' Day, Homecoming, and various other campus activities. Deserv- 
ing members received a Best Pledge Award, a Leadership Award, and a 
Scholarship Award. 





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Interested coeds learn about Angel Flight at the winter 
rush party. 




Underprivilei;ed i; 
Air Society's Santa 



htldren 
Claus at 



Green\-ille relay 
• Christmas Party 



■ishes to the Arnold 



Arnold Air Society sought to .idwincc air and sp.ice citi- 
zenship; to further the mission, tradition, and concepts of 
the I'nitcd States Air Force; and abo\e all, to huild the 
men who would he future Air Force officers. The General 
Chennault Squadron of the Arnold Air Society at East Caro- 
lina College was a professional honorary service organization 
of selected Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets. 
To be eligible for brotherhood a cadet had a least a "B" 
average in his Aerospace Studies ciirriculum and maintained 
a "C" average in overall scholastic work. The Air Force 
Fraternity proudly boasted a roster of thirty-five members. 

Under the leadership of the new adviser, Lieutenant Col- 
onel Douglas F. Carty, the Chennault Squadron maintained 
its tradition of being the outstanding squadron in the area. 
Arnold Air Society sponsored Angel Flight, an auxiliary 
branch of this service organization, and the nationally recog- 
nized East Carolina Drill Team, a precision drill unit which 
toured the East Coast. The Society undertook an Area' Blood 
Drive for the National Red Cross, the annual Marchathon for 
the March of Dimes, a high school visitation program, an 
annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children in the 
area, an orphanage in Viet Nam, the Military- Ball, a float 
for the Homecoming Parade, and many other projects on the 
local, national, and international scale. 

Service was the primary objective, but there were other 
activities. Arnold Air Society sponsored many social activities 
during the academic year. These included ball games, picnics, 
beach trips, and parties. Many brothers attended the National 
Conclave in Miami Be.ich, Florida. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY UNDERTAKES BLOOD DRIVE. 



Ste\en L Alexander 
Donald R, Ccunts 
Ri.bert B Da^is 
Larry G. Elks 
Keema D Harris 



Chuck U. Harvey 
Erwin A. Hijthtowcr 
Don M. Holloman 
DaMd P. H.ipe 
Edward L. Judice 



Ronald L. Kidd 
Francisco E. Martins 
James F. Merrill 
William Orchard-Hays 
Eugene A Owens 



Carl R Rose 
Doufilas B. Rosier 
Ronald H. Sessoms 
Robert W. Smith 
Thomas M. Smiihwitk 



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AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 




SOPHOMORE SECTION 




SOPHOMORE SECTION 




SENIOR SEMINAR SECTION 



NSTALLS NEW TWO-YEAR PROGIL4M. 




In preparation for roles as Air Force officers, many 
male students participated in the Air Force Resen-e Offi- 
cers Training program offered at the college. These 
students who had excelled academically learned to become 
not only proficient future Air Force officers but also 
excellent speakers. This achievement was accomplished 
through an advanced speaking course offered the cadets 
by the ROTC program. 

Although the Air Force ROTC program stressed aca- 
demics, it also placed great importance on physical con- 
ditioning. The nationally known 5BX physical exercise 
program kept the cadets physically fit throughout the year. 

With the installment of the new two-year program and 
the elimination of the previous four-year program, greater 
emphasis was placed on the individual cadet. He was en- 
abled to excel in academic and military leadership — the 
type of leadership needed to protect this nation. 



SENIOR SEMINAR SECTION 




AIR SCIENCE-IOII 
SEMINAR SECTION 



381 





Group Commander Gar)' A. Davis 



Group Commander Frank F. Freudig 



PRESIDENTIAL TEA HONORS CADET CORPS. 



Group Commander Frank F. Freudig and Lt. Col. Douglas F. Carry induct 
President Jenlfins as an Honorary Colonel in the Air Force ROTC Cadet 
Corps. 





Tea at the h(.me of President Leo W. Jenkins honors Air Fone ROTC 
Cadet Corps. 



DRILL TEAM COMPETES IN INMTATIONAL MEETS. 




Solemn but proud, the East Carolina Honorar)' Drill Team stands at attention. 




Composed of sixteen performing members anj their Commanding 
Officer, Cadet 1st Lt. Ronald O. Brock, the East Carolina Honorar)- 
Drill Team practiced precision marching. The Drill Team consisted of 
sophomores and juniors in the Air Force Reser\'e Officer Training 
Corps. Participation in the Tast Carolma Homecoming Parade marked 
the first pcrtormance uf the year. Soon after the beginning of the 
winter quarter of study, the pace of the Team's performances quicken- 
ed. The members marched in the Greenville, Edenton, W.ike Forest, 
and Kenly Christmas Parades. 

After Christmas, the serious matter of organizing drill competition 
began. Near the end of Januar)', in the annual Marchathon, the Drill 
Team marched and performed in various parts of Greenville to collect 
money for the March of Dimes. Spring competitions included an invita- 
tional drill meet at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C., 
and the Mar>Iand ln\ itation.il Drill Meet in Washington, D.C. 




nly after many lon^ hours of practi( 



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AIR FORCE ROTC WEEK FEATURES EXHIBIT 



November 14, after weeks of planning and many 
long hours of hard work, Air Force ROTC Week, 1966, 
became a reality. Air Force ROTC Week with its 
agenda of spectacular events was conceived, organized, 
and implemented by the corps of cadets. The major at- 
traction of the week, drawing some 5,000 spectators, 
was a full-scale exhibit of the Titan II Intercontinental 
Missile — the same t)'pe that lifted the Gemini astro- 
nauts into space — and the X-15 experimental Rocket 
Plane. 

Other events included city and college officials' re- 
view of the ROTC Honor Guard, a survival display 
from Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, a film shown 
in the College Union, featuring Air Force highlights 
and Space Operations, an ROTC Drill exhibition, and 
a senior night at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base. The 
purpose of Air Force ROTC Week was to create an 
interest in the new two-year Air Force program and to 
promote a better understanding of the United States 
Air Force and Air Force ROTC. The project received 
national publicity and met with moving success. 









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Visitors tour the full-scale model display of the Titan II Intercontinental Missile. 




Drill Team performs for spectators during Air Force ROTC Week. 



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OF TITAN II IISTERCONTINENTAL MISSILE. 












Presidt-nl Lto W luiknis jnj quests walk Inward ihc missile display as the Drill Team siands at 




Spcctaiiirs \ icw the X-n experimental Rinlcet Plane ..n display in a campus parl<m.K lot 



SEVENTEEN CADETS TAKE FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. 




One of the most interesting and exciting facets of the 
many opportunities available through the Air Force ROTC 
was the Fhght Instruction Program. Here at East Carolina 
College, seventeen cadets took advantage of this unparalleled 
opportunity to learn how to fly. A very important source 
of pilot candidates to the Air Force, the program provided 
a course of instruction that determined whether those who 
met the high mental and physical requirements had the apti- 
tude necessary to enter Flight Training in the Air Force. 
The Flight Instruction Program provided the complete course 
of instruction necessary for the receipt of the F.A.A. private 
pilot's license. The student participant received thorough 
ground schooling, which covered instruction in basic princi- 
ples of aero-dynamics, meteorology, and navigation. 

Actual flight instruction was administered by the exper- 
ienced civilian instructors at the Pitt-Greenville Airport, which 
was readily accessible to the college campus. These lessons 
prepared the student not only for competent operation of 
a Cessna 150 but also for a better chance of becoming a pilot 
in the United States Air Force. 



Major Kevin T. Ryan, Jr. discusses model aircraft durirtg ground 
schooling instruction. 




Flying high in an airplane, a cadet receives instruction in the operation of panel devices. 



386 




Colonel Robert V. Spencer presents an awarJ for 
outstanding work to Cadet Rose. 



DISTINGUISHED OFFICERS ATTEND DINING-IN. 



To provide an opportunity for the growth of friendship and 
comradeship and to serve as an impetus to promote "espirit de 
corps" among the cadets, the Air Force ROTC met for its 
eighth annual formal Dining-In in November in the South Cafe- 
teria. In all respects, the evening was an outstanding success. The 
Dining-In began with a short social period in which the cadets 
met and conversed with the guests and with one another. In 
addition to the dignitaries from the college and the city, three 
distinguished officers from Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base at- 
tended: Colonel Robert V. Spencer, Commander of the 4th Tac- 
tical Fighter Wing; Captain Robert V. Becker; and Lieutenant 
Elisha P. Weaver. Colonel Spencer gave the principal speech, 
discussing leadership and a career in the Air Force. Captain 
Becker shared the highlights of his recent tour in Viet Nam, and 
Lieutenant Weaver told the cadets about his experiences in the 
United States Air Force pilot training program. The 150 per- 
sonnel in attendance also saw movies and slides of Southeast 
Asia. 

Awards presentation for the outstanding work of selected 
cadets was a highlight of the evening. The entire Dining-In re- 
flected the good planning and organization of the cadets. 




Colonel Robert V, Spencer. Commander of the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, 
Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, delivers mam address of the evening. 




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After the dinner, cadets entertain with a humorous skit. 



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Greeks 





Fraternity and sororities have long been associated 
with lasting friendships formed during the college 
years. The word "Greek" is synonymous with friend- 
ship and brotherhood. The majority of fraternities and 
sororities also have service projects, often in coopera- 
tion with one another. In addition to their many social 
functions, all of the Greeks participate in campus ac- 
tivities. 

Among their social functions, Homecoming is a 
time of much excitement and long hours of hard 
work for the social sororities and fraternities on cam- 
pus. Each organization has an open house to welcome 
visiting alumni and parents. Winter quarter is high- 
lighted by both formal and informal rush. During 
this period, each student has the opportunity to ob- 
serve the different personalities of each group and 
choose the one that he prefers. As member of a 
Greek organization, a student finds satisfaction and 
fulfillment in his fraternity life. 



This Greek tries her hand at kicking 



the Lambda Chi Field Day 



GREEK ACTIVITIES HIGHLIGHT 





Preparing for Homecomine, these Sigm.i5 fold napkins for their float. 



FORMAL RUSH AND GREEK WEEK. 




Pikas greet rusl]ee iluring rnrmal Rush open house. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL UNIFIES SORORITIES 




Assistant Dean of Women Carolyn Fulghum, Gretchen Fracher, Jane 
Brown. Karen Martin, Dean of Women Ruth White. Second Row: Nancy 
Hawks, Beth Wilson. Janet Bickham, Sheha Smith, Sue Yow. Third Row: 



Betty Jacobs, Janet Farmer, Nita Barbee, Charlotte Hayworth, Joann 
Williams, Donnie Robertson, Sandy Britt, Sandy Kuzmuk. 



Governing and unifying the 
eight social sororities on campus 
were the tasks of the Pan- 
hellenic Council. Composed of 
a junior and a senior represent- 
ative from each sorority and a 
president from one sorority, 
Panhellenic governed formal 
rush. Informal rush, however, 
was conducted by each individ- 
ual sorority. Through Pan- 
hellenic, a scholarship was 
awarded the sorority maintain- 
ing the highest average. Local 
publication of The W'^heel of 
Siilerhood acquainted rushees 
with all sororities at East Caro- 
lina. 




Selling: President, Janet Brown. Standing: Treasurer, Shelia Smith; Vice-President, Gretchen Fracher; Recording; 
Secretary, Karen Martin; Corresponding Secretary, Joanne Williamson; Rush Chairman, Nita Barbee; Parliamen- 
tarian. Sue Yow. 



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Inter-Fraternity Council members listen attentively as future plans are discussed. 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL ACTS AS 
LEGISLATIVE BODY OF FRATERNITIES. 




Secretary John Wade and President Bill Bryden ilicil. 
Treasurer John Wishart nbsenes the meetin.c 



.if the pi 



Ser\ ing ,is .1 unifyini; and miverning body 
for the fraternities, the Inter-Fraternity 
Council wjs composed of the presidents 
.ind representatives from each fraternity on 
campus. The body acted in a lei;islative ca- 
pacity by determining the rules each fra- 
ternity followed during informal and for- 
mal rush. 

The ciiuncii held )udicial power in cases 
involving violation by fraternities of the 
Inter-Fraternity charter or ot their own 
chapter's charter. 

In conjunction with the Inter-Fraternity 
(.ouncil, the Board of Trustees presented 
annual awards honoring the fraternity with 
the highest scholastic average and one award 
to the fraternity that had done some out- 
standing service. Mr. James Mallory, Dean 
of Men, presented a trophy to the pledge 
class maint.Lining the highest scholastic 
average. 



ALPHA DELTA PI . . . 




Ill chapters . . . Founded at Wes- 
leyan Female College, Macon, Geor- 
gia, 1851 . . . Delta Omicron Chap- 
ter established I960. 




ADPis at the crack of dawn put the finishing touches on their homecoming dec- 
orations. 





Wentzel, Sandy 
President 


Hall, Kay 
Vice President 





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Saldin, Carol 
Secretary 


Cox, Connie 
Treasurer 



Alpha Delta Pi successfully publicized and collected money 
from prominent Greenville businessmen and citizens for 
"diddy bags" which were sent to servicemen in Viet Nam. 
Conducting a door-to-door preschool survey for the city schools 
and serving as pages for the Model United Nations at East 
Carolina during spring quarter rounded out the year's service 
projects. Annual social activities included a Founder's Day 
Banquet and a spring beach weekend. Enthusiastic participa- 
tion of Alpha Delta Pi in service and social activities encour- 
aged the sisters to uphold the highest ideals of Christian wom- 
anhood and to promote scholarship and campus leadership. 



SENDS CHRISTMAS PACKAGES TO VIET NAM. 




Almon, Marty 
Boone, Pat 
Boudrow, Ellie 
Burnette, Diana 
Burns, Anns 
Carlson, Karen 



Daly, Jane 
Daniels, Leslie 
Ewell, Grace 
Foushee, Gwyn 
Foushee, Lynn 
Gairett, Gwyn 



Goe, Maryellen 
Green, Nell 
Helms, Jane 
Hitchcock, Jan 
Hudson, Ann 
Laws, Brenda 



Martin, Karen 
Martin, Lynda 
Montgomen', Pat 
Morel, Toni 
Perr>*, Joyce 
Powell, Lyn 



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ADPis and KAs entertain unJerDrivileged children at Christmas. 





Ri)bcrs,.n. Donna 
Rollins. Donna 



Salle.v Donna 
Sawyer, Tish 



Shann.in. Leslie 
Teauue. Joan 




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Thomasson. Pat 
Timberlake. Marilyn 
Tisdale, Stephanv 



Todd. An lira 
Vance, Rosalie 
Vienneau. Vicki- 



Webster, Karel 
Weeks, Becky 
Wen«l, Terri 



Wilson, Florence 

Carol 
Vopp, .Sally 
Zc-rnl. Anita 



Fall rush party brings fun and excitement to this group of girls. 




ALPHA OMICRON PI . 







Johnson, Catherine 
Secretary 



Ameta Brown 
Treasurer 



AOPis 196|5 Homecoming float proves a great success. 



To raise money for their national philanthrophy, the Social 
Work Division of the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky, the 
sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi sold doughnuts in the fall. In co- 
operation with the Salvation Army, the sorority give a Christmas 
party for underprivileged children in the Greenville area. With 
the coming of winter quarter, the AOPis directed their efforts to- 
ward formal rush and the annual Rose Ball given in honor of new 
pledges. For active participation in intramural sports, the sisters 
held the Women's Recreation Association trophy for outstanding 
sorority participation in sports. The AOPis won first place for 
their float in the Homecoming parade. 



HOMECOMING FLOAT 



Ballint, Patty 
Bassford. Anna 
Bateman, Judy 
Cirulis, Barbara 
Cox, Lvnn 



Danials, Meg 
Donnell, Connie 
Fulton, Jeanette 
Herndon, Nancy 
Lucjs, Alice 






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Sister Connie Donneli gives a big knock for E.C.C. University statu 



PLACES FIRST. 



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ll]ilhi/\^ 


iBfE^^K 



"Of course. I'm the trea 




liousc ,s jiwjvs ,, pl.ac of hn.uht lights 




Long, Becky 
Rocke, Carol 
Roesch, Marilyn 



Williams, Gayle 
Williamson, Joan 
Wilson, Beth 



(SO chdplers . . . founded al Bar- 
nard College of Columbia Univer- 
sily. New York, 1897 . . Zel.i Pu 
Chapter established I960. 



ALPHA PHI 




"Outstanding Sorority Award" for the past two years was awarded the sisters of 
Alpha Phi. Pi Kappa Phi presents this award each year. To merit this award, the Alpha 
Phis participated in a wide range of campus and community activities from the annual 
Greek All-Sing and intramural sports to helping with the Arthritis Drive and the 
Cardiac Aid. As an additional and extremely rewarding project, the sisters and pledges 
acquired the sponsorship of a child in Viet Nam. Winning the Alpha Omicron Pi 
scholarship trophy last year proved the scholastic excellence of the sisters. 



RECEIVE OUTSTANDING 




89 chapters . . . Founded at Syra- 
cuse Uiiirersity, New York, 1872 
. . . Delta Alpha chapter established 
I960. 



Alpha Phis hold victory parly for the football team after a game 





Ambf)', Karen 
Askew, Sally 
Beaver, Dottie 
Bulluch, Judy 
Carleton, Penny 



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Chambers, Maitha Jo 
Chambers, Diana 
Clamp, Camille 
Clayton, Lynn 
Cooke, Elizabeth 
Davis, Debbie 



Dorsey, Donna 
Edwards, Linda 
Forbes, Lorrie 
Glover. Julia 
Gregor. Nancy 
Hamilton, Louisa 



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Keller, Lauren 
Pns,Je,U 



AIIit:ood, Orol 
y:ci PnsuUvn 




Taylor, Beth 



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Smith, Jan 



Hawks. Nancy 
Hinton. Jackie 
Hjortsvang, Carleen 
Hruslinski. ^^y^a 
Joyner, Jean 
Joyner. Jutly 



Klein, Martha 
Las ley, Peggy 
Macioroski, Sandr, 
Mitchell, Grace 
Neely, Pat 
PnrterfitM, Dune 



Reed, Ginny 
Reifsnyder, Jane 
Ri.hinson. Dun 
Sauerbrier, Rosen 
Schwartz, Bonnie 
Shore, Pam 



Smith, Sheila 
Smith, Patsy 
Stott, Gayle 
Tarleton, Pam 
Vaughn, Joanne 
Waters, Jean 




Getting splattered with paint 
basement. 



half the fun of redecorating the 



SORORITY TROPHY. 





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i XI DELTA 




110 chapters . . . Founded at Lom- 
bard College, Illinois, 1893 ■ ■ ■ 
Gamma Phi chapter established 
195S. 



Rosemary Bonnevie, Jane Williams, and Judy Dudley display the tray };iven at the national convention for 
the most impro\'ed chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, 



RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD. 







Aver)-, Nancy 
Barbee, Nita 
Bntt, Sandy 
Byrd, Hazel 
Calloway. Martha 
Campbell. Pat 



Carlson, Kathy 
Carmichael, Sue 
Chance, Lynn 
Cianfrani, Faye 
Cootes, Carolyn 
Cummins, Roma 



Dudley, Judy 
Esser, Marian 
Foley, Kevin 
Gard, Bettie 
Gooden, Pat 
Graeff, Trish 



Halliburton, Jean 
Jacobs, Sylvia 
Jennings. Linda 
Johnson, Lynn 
Katsias, Clara 
Leonard, Patsy 



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Royalty, Anne 
Simmons, Patsy 
Smith. Brenda 
Street, Susan 
Thompson. Nan 
Thomas. Nanq' 



Ward. Sharon 
W'hitehurst, Nelia 
W.nJIey, Anita 
Winstead, Gay 
Witcher, Becky 
\t'rif;ht. Sherry- 



Love. Linda 
Marmorato. 
McKinney. Linda 
Meadows. Pam 
Morrison, Linda 




Highlighting fall quarter for Alpha Xi Delta was the sponsorship 
of the annual Greek All-Sing. This year's All-Sing entitled "Sounds 
of Success" featured many Broadway hits in the program. Homecoming 
brought a special delight to the Alpha Xi house in the form of first 
place in the sorority division of house decorations. Christmas festivities, 
formal rush, and fraternity socials kept the Alpha Xis busy during 
winter quarter. Plans were finished for the sponsorship of an orphan 
overseas as this year's philanthropy. The coming of spring quarter found 
the Alpha Xis planning their annual Pink Rose Ball formal dance. 



Bonnevie, Rosemary 
PresiJenl 




Marshall, Kathy 
Vice-PrcuJ,„l 





Evans. Susan 
SecrtUry 




Pollard. Dell 
Trc.lt urcr 




Alpha Xis exhibit their awards at Panhcllenic open house. 



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CHI OMEGA . . 




74') chapters . . . Founded at Uiii- 
lersily of Arkansas, Arkansas, 1895 
. . . Rho Zeta chapter established 
I960. 



Brinkle>', Julia 
Broyhill, Sally 
Capps, Barbara 
Carmichael, Frances 



Christiansen, Dottie 
Culter, Dottie 
Culter, Sara David 
Da\is, Karen 



Duke, Ann 
Dupree, Myra 
Evans. Joan 
Feuerriegel. Judy 



Gamble, Anna 
Giles, Beverly 
Griffin, Diane 
Harris, Dell 



Holliman, Janet 
House, Jo Ann 
Hudson, Brenda 
Kivett, Dee 





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Chi Os compare notes on their front porch. 




Supporting community drives, the Chi 
Omega sorority participated in the drives 
for the United Fund, Viet Nam, and UNI- 
CEF. Helping the underprivileged, the 
sisters gave a Thanksgiving basket to a 
Greenville family and, in conjunction with 
Delta Sigma Pi, spread Christmas cheer to 
needy children. Highlighting spring quarter 
were the White Carnation Ball for the formal 
pledge class, a Senior Banquet, and a Parent's 
Day picnic. Throughout the year, Chi Ome- 
ga enjoyed social exchanges with the frater- 
nities on campus. 



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Armstrong, Sarah 
PresiJenl 




Garrel], Mary 




Holder, Becky 



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Huks, Nancy 
Secnury 



Kuzniuk. Sandra 
Land.s. E.lccn 
^fa^shhurn. Nola 



Matthews, Li; 
Paris, Judy 
Pfau, Carlattj 




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SUPPORTS COMMUNITY DRIVES. 




Working closely together on the AllSing is culminated in a successful product. 



Ruffin, Earle 
Sauls, Mar>' 
Stonestreet, Linda 
Smith, Gail 
Skapik, Tanya 



Surratt, Janet 
Taylnr. H.irbara 
White, Bc-verly 
Yow, Sue 
Zierath. Sus.in 



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DELTA ZETA . . . 




154 chapters . . . Founded at Miami 
University, Ohio, 1902 . . . Zeta 
Lambda chapter established I960. 




Sisters greet rushees during a formal rush party. 



ENJOYS VISIT OF PROVINCE PRESIDENT. 



Political excitement ran high at the 
Delta Zeta house on election night as 
the sisters kept the campus informed on 
the state election returns via a special 
hook-up with the local newspaper and 
television coverage. Interested students, 
faculty, and citizens attended a coffee hour 
as they awaited the final returns. Delta 
Zeta added a special touch on Halloween 
by surprising fellow Greeks with candy- 
filled pumpkins and by giving a mas- 
querade party at the Greenville Nursing 
Home. 

In conjunction with the Rebel, East 
Carolina's literary maga2ine, sisters and 
pledges sponsored an art contest. Philan- 
thropic endeavors included clothing a 
needy child at Christmas; participating 
in "Operation Santa Claus;" a local drive 
for the mentally retarded; and visiting 
each month a local convalescence home. 

Carrying out plans made by several local 
members at the National Convention in 
the Grand Bahamas, sisters honored all 
sorority presidents and housemothers with 
an afternoon tea during a visit of their 
province president. Zeta Lambda in April 
participated in Delta Zeta State Day. 




Bateman, Kathy 
Bell, Sarah 
Booton, Linda 
Bowling, Carolyn 



Campbell, Janis 
Cherry, Janet 
Chickering, Betsy 
Coward, Julia 



Day, Sandra 
Garrett. Sandra 
Grady, Phyliss 
Helms, Eloise 



Hiatt, Ann 
Ivey, Linda 
Jacobs, Betty- 
Jones, Lynne 




Sli'jn. Karen 
Swindell. Thilma 
Thnmas. Anne 
West. Jennifer 
West. LinJa 



lulun, Carol 
kello-, Frances 
Lee, Margaret 
Lee, Vickie 
Lewis, Dianne 
Liin;;, lanice 



Mercer, luJy 
Nielsen, ]ennv 
Pack. leanne 
Petrulio, Marit 
Richardson, la; 
Slorler, Jeanne 





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Stephenson, Ja 
President 



Smith, BrenJa 
\ 'ice President 



Larson, Patty 
Secretary 



Barrow, Becki 



Jeanne Pack and Frances Kelley display their chapter's awards at sorority open house. 




KAPPA DELTA . . . 





KDs entertain the Brothers Four after their performan 



Kappa Delta entertained the Brothers Four after the concert last spring quarter. It 
was an event the KDs will long remember. Kappa Delta campus and communit)- activities 
include the Arthritis Drive, Blood Mobile, United Fund, and Sorority Bowling League. 
The sorority annually hosts a cook-out for the East Carolina varsity football team and 
"coffees" for various fraternities. Each year Kappa Delta presents a trophy to the most 
outstanding senior woman on campus. 



ENTERTAINS BROTHERS FOUR. 



Ambrose. Mary Leslie 
Anderson, Sue 



Brickham, Janet 
Bray, Mary 
Brown. Jane 
Garland. Nancy 
Daniel, Ann 



Daniel, Gayle 
Dark, Scarlett 
Davis, Pat 
Davis, Linda 
Dunbar, Donna 



Edwards. Mar>- Ann 
Fleming, Ruth 
Griffith, Judy 
Gurganus, Judy 
Haj-worth, Charlotte 








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wood Colle^^c. Vnoiu'hi. IST . . . 
Cijwiii.i S/i;»ij Ch.iphy I il.ihl/J-'iJ 

I 960. 



Linda Jones, chapter President, and KD National President leaf through the chapter scrapbook. 










Keene, Je 



I.UX. K.m 
Mandell, Juli 



OBriant, Dcde 
Teeter, Line 
Venahle, Bette 
W.implcr, Judy 




SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA . . 




To the tune of "The Green Beret" and other patriotic songs, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma marched into the winner's spothght at the Alpha Xi 
Delta All-Sing. Through money appropriated by the efforts of all the 
chapters of Sigma Sigma Sigma, a new isolation ward and conference 
room have recently bden built at the Robbie Rage Memorial Children's 
Wing of the North Carolina Memorial Hospital at Chapel Hill. The 
sisters sponsor a Christmas party for underprivileged children and pro- 
mote the Easter Seal Drive on campus. 





WINS ALL-SING. 



Hodges, Diana 

President 



Bullard, Linda 
Vice President 




Jackson, Jan 
Trejsttrer 




.ven, Josephine 
Hock, Brenda 




Grimes, Perr>' 
Secretary 



Coltrane, Gray 
Dark, Elaine 
DePaoia, Vivian 



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Drake, Sarah 
Farmer. Janet 
Fracher, Gretch 
Griffin, Suzanne 



Harrington, Nancy 
Hoot. Martha 
Kirby. Dianne 
Lawson, Nanc>- 
Lloyd, Judy 



Luper. Pam 
Madr>', Cara Bett 
Mitchell, Joanne 
Mitchon, Kay 
Mixon, Pam 




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Murphv, Arlcnt- 
OlJhjm, Brcna.! 
Phillirs. Dons 



~0 ch.iplas . . . fo/tihlcJ .1/ Loii;^- 
irooJ Coihge. Viroinia. 1S9S . . . 
CiJiiniLi Etj ih.ipter tUablished 
7 960. 






Pi.inJcxter. Sarah 
Rcdfern. Carletta 



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Riddle, Caroline 
Roberts, Ginm 




What's new pussy cat^ 







Sii;mas entertain at formal rush part)-. 



Robertson, Sherry 
Ruth, Betty Browr 




^helton. Judy 
Simmons, Cirroll 



Ihomas. Linda 
Winhorne. i\Iar\- Wilson 
Womble, Patsy 









ALPHA EPSILON PI . . . 




Alpha Epsilon Pi began fall quarter by hosting delegates from 
Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina in the First Regional AEPI 
Conclave. Brothers from these states participated in a football game 
and attended a dinner and dance at the Candlewick Inn. Other activities 
included a Halloween party and dedication of a Memorial Library 
in honor of Howard M. Rubin, one of the local founders. Although 
AEPI is the smallest fraternity on campus, the brothers worked closely 
in all their projects, such as redecorating their house. 



S3 chapters . . . fouiiJed al New 
York University, New York. 1913 
. . . Epsilon Ktippa chapter estab- 
lished 1961. 



HOST CONCLAVE 





Much time and energy go into preparation for homecoming. 



K..llm.in, Konald 
Vice I'mUaii 






Basseti, Hubert 
Marks, Howard 



FdJstein. Charles 
Meltzer, Mark 



Gnldfarb. Arani. 
Sumers, Phillip 



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KAPPA ALPHA . 





To show their loyalty for the "Old South" the broth- 
ers of Kappa Alpha donned the uniforms of the John- 
nie Rebs and brought to life the conflict between the 
Union and the South. Although the KAs upheld the tra- 
ditions of the South at all times, they did not wear on 
campus the gray uniforms until the beginning of their 
beach weekend, appropriately named "Old South." 

During the year the KAs staged a simulated train 
robbery and gave a Christmas party, both events for un- 
derprivileged children. Brothers sponsored a Field Day 
for the Greenville city schools and both a little league 
football and baseball team. In January, the brothers cele- 
brated Robert E. Lee's birthday and the founding of 
Kappa Alpha fraternity. 



STAGES TRAIN 



Belles of the Old South are presented their invitations to the weekend festivities. 

8} chapters . . . Founded at Wash- 
ington and Lee University, Virginia, 
1865 . . . Gamma Rho chapter 
established 1958. 



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President 



Dagenhart, Jim 
Vice Presiedut 






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KAPPA SIGMA . . . 




143 chapters . . . Founded at Uni- 
versity of Virginia, Virginia, 1869 
. . . Thet.i Pi chapter established 
1964. 



As the youngest national fraternity on campus, the brothers of Kappa Sigma 
were proud of their recently acquired charter. Kappa Sigma's enthusiasm in 
campus and fraternal activities was noted by their one hundred percent partic- 
ipation in the blood drive for Viet Nam and by the opening of their new house 
during fall quarter. Annual winter activities included the celebration of Found- 
er's Day and the Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Dance. Spring marked the season 
for beach weekends and sen'ice projects which aided the brothers in fulfilling 
their purpose of fostering Christian brotherhood and promoting the university, 
community, and individual man. Looking to the future with confidence for 
more success, the Kappa Sigma fraternity continued to grow. 



RECEIVES CHARTER. 



Diefenbach, Jared 
Earl, Charles 
Ferguson, Jerry 




MoeschI, Jim 
Ormand, Bob 
Phibbs, Ray 
Wall, Earl 



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Anita Zepul 






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Burns. Steve 
Secniary 



Cummings, William 
Vice-President 








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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




177 chapters . . ■ Founded 
at Boston College, Massachu- 
setts . . . Iota Upsilon chap- 
ter established 1959- 



Scholarship played a large role in the activities of Lambda Chi 
Alpha as the brothers and pledges captured the Turstee Scholarship 
Trophy for the highest overall fraternity average. One of the brothers 
was awarded the Phi Kappa Tau scholarship trophy for the highest 
individual academic average among fraternity men. 

Beach weekends, Lambda Chi field day of sororities, and the Inter- 
fraternity "Tug-O-War" filled the spring calendar. Lambda Chi Alpha 
maintained an active program of philanthropic service siich as col- 
lecting for the Heart Fund, giving Christmas and Easter parties for 
underprivileged children, supporting the Blood drive, and sponsoring 
a little league football team. This year the Lambda Chis boasted a 
new party room, which was painted by the pledges. 




Lambda Chis boost spirit at Southern Mississippi game. 



RECEIVES TRUSTEE SCHOLARSHIP 



Austin, Ken 
Bernhardt, John 
Braswell, Curtis 
Byrd, Doug 
Camp, Jim 
Chitty, Glen 



Ciampa, Skip 
Davis, J. B. 
Dickens, Bill 
Franklin, Jim 
Gardner, Wayn 
Goforth, Lynn 



Hale, Ed 
Johnson, Terry 
Jones, Jimmy 
Lane, Bob 
Malinski, Mike 
Mitchell, Gerr,- 



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Lambda Chis repaint their house. 



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LamhJa Chi Alphj Craceni Girl 



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Riddick, Charles 
President 



Murphy. Pete 
Murrell, Richard 
Orr, Tim 
Parsons, Jim 
Pegram, Garry 



Quails, Phil 
Ramey, Paul 
Roseman, Paul 
Simmons, Donnie 
Teachey, Grady 



Tiptnn, Ed 
Vmccnl, Charlie 
Walton, Ed 
White, Joey 
Whitley, Ted 



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PHI KAPPA TAU . . . 




Celebrating their annual "Woman Hater Week," the Phi Taus enjoyed heckling 
every girl who dared to approach their house during this week 'before Homecoming. The 
brothers who conversed with coeds were punished by being locked in a cage on the 
campus mall. A few of the sororities joined forces in hope of defeating the Phi Taus 
at their own game; however, the Phi Taus defended their honor with the capture 
of only a few brothers. 

Phi Kappa Tau brothers and pledges were hosts to twenty underprivileged children 
at the East Carolina-Richmond football game. The brothers also participated in the 
Red Cross Drive. 

One of the highlights of the year for the Phi Taus was homecoming weekend. They 
had as their guests at the football game the Four Seasons, who also performed at the 
Phi Tau homecoming party. 




79 chapters . . . Founded at Miami 
University, Ohio 1906 . . . Gamma 
Eta chapter established 1962. 



PLAYS 



Phi Taus defend home front. 





•thers entertain u n'sh party. 



Privette, Phillip 
Secrt't^jry 






Phi Kappa Tau Sweelhearl 
Dianne Lewis 



Jimmy Young and Ray Owen capture trespasser during "Woman Hater Week.' 



HOST TO FOUR SEASONS. 



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Chalk, Ken 
Omper, Bill 
Daniels, Henry 
DeMille. Frank 
Gould, Lindsey 
Greene, Jimmy 



Gurganus, Steve 
Lane, Harry 
Moore, Bill 
Penny, Jack 
Pou, John 
Quinn, Terry 



Renfro, Byron 
Schofield, John 
Stokes. Cherry 
Wiley, Danny 
Woodburn. Hank 
Young. Jimmy 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA . . . 




Activities and excitement of homecoming and formal rush opened 
the year for the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha. Brothers participated in 
various fraternity ser\'ice projects such as the Blood Drive, March of 
Dimes, clean-up Greenville, and a Christmas party for underprivileged 
children. They sponsored an Easter egg hunt for children of the 
faculty, a traditional Dream Girl Ball, and Concert by the Sea. As 
the close of school and graduation approached, the brothers of Pi 
Kappa Alpha presented two of their members with the pledge of the 
year award and the brother of the year award. 



Pikas gather aroxmd stairs to discuss rush. 




Arrowood, Harold 
Barnes, Jim 
Belts, R. B. 



Booker, T. C. 
Byerly, Bishop 
Campbell, Hoppy 



Crew, Johnny 
Dean, Hugh 
Dodson, Claude 



Donnelly, Bob 
Edelen, Bart 
Edwards, Jerry 





Blackman, Gib 
Treasurer 



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CLEAN-UP GREENi ILLE CAMPAIGN. 



Equils, Jim 
Everett, Harry 






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138 chapters . . . founded at Uiii- 
venity of Virginia, Virginia, 1868 
. . . Epsilon Mu chapter established 
1958. 



Pi Kappa Alpha Sweetheart 
CuTolinae Riddle 




Gerow, David 
Harrison, John 
Hill, George 
Lanning, Hal 



Lee. .Sjiw 
Leinss. Bill 
MjJ.iq.in. Mike 
irfcM.ikm. Ben 



Pascarosi, Bill 
Pentecost, Mike 
Smith, Jerry 
Smith, Gerald 



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APPA PHI . . . 



85 chapters . . . Founded at college 
of Charleston, South Carolina, 1904 
. . . Beta Phi chapter established 
1963." 




Diligent work resulted in the Pi Kappa 
Phis' winning second place with their home- 
coming float. Continuing with the same de- 
termination, brothers helped in the Arthritis 
Drive and the March of Dimes. When 
Christmas arrived, they gave, in conjunction 
with Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, a Christmas 
party for underprivileged children. Display- 
ing the President's Cup for 1966-67 and the 
Pledge Scholarship Trophy given by Dean 
Mallory, the Pi Kapps sponsored an alumni 
weekend; a Founder's Day; a Parent's Day; 
and an annua! formal dance. The Rose Ball. 



Rosemary Bonnevie, Alpha Xi Delta, and Bill Dryden hold two children at their ioint Christmas 
party for underprivileged children. 



Richard Scott and Bill Drj'den hold President's cup. 




Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart 
Elle Boudrow 





Drjden, Bill 

PtcSldi'll 





Fraiiicrr. On 




Marks, Bill 



Butler, Chip 
Carter, Da\*id 
Cotten, Jack 
Dail, Jimmy 
Elliott, Flip 



Helms, Reese 
Hooks, Ted 
Josephs, Bob 
Lawson, John 
Littlepaj^e, Dickie 



Luper, Danny 
Nichols, Gary 
Parker, Robert 
Rawls, Jeryl 
Ressequie, George 



Scott, Richard 
Siegfried, Ron 
Smith, Jack 
Thornton, Bill 
Yopp, Tom 



RECEIVES PRESIDENTS CUP. 



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SIGMA NU 




143 chapters . . . Founded at Vir- 
ginia Military Academy, Lexington, 
Virginia, 1869 . . . Eta Beta chapter 
established 1959. 




Sigma Nu Sweetheart 
Linda BulUrd 



PLEDGES VISIT NATIONAL 



Beginning the year with a full calendar, the 
local Sigma Nu chapter concentrated on plans 
for homecoming and formal rush during 
fall quarter. As winter quarter approached, 
the chapter acquired its own lodge, located on 
the outskirts of Greenville. Winter marked 
the annual pledge pilgrimage to Sigma Nu 
Headquarters in Lexington, Virginia. To be- 
lieve in the life of love, to walk in the way 
of honor, and to serve in the light of truth 
are the creed of Sigma Nu. 



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Baker, Mike 
Baker, Tom 
Bailey, Bill 




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^ ^ Cloninger, Reece 

•" * Coan, Jim 



Currin, John 
Curry, Bob 
Fowler, Cleland 



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Nu and their new pledges socialize on front steps of their new apartment. 



HEADQUARTERS. 







Hii;hsmith, Herbert 
Howard, David 



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Lawter, Joe 
Pasquariello, Danny 



Payne, J.m 
Stroupe. -Hutch 
StotI, Drjy.on 




Philhps, Larry 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




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Hogg, Woody 
President 





Chuck Torrey attends Alpha Xi social enhanced by yuletide spirit. 



REMODELS HOUSE. 



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VL-rmiilion, Hunter 
Treasurer 





Sig Eps present skit during Greek Week. 



Planning for formal rush, participating in 
the All-Sing, and the launching of a two- 
year house remodeling project kept the 
brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon busy during 
fall quarter. Notable accomplishments for 
the year were the winning of first place in 
the fraternity division of Homecoming House 
Decorations, first place in the I.F.C. track 
meet, and first place in intermural Softball. 
Tradition set the pace for fraternity events of 
winter quarter such as the Founder's Day 
Ball, Thanksgiving Dinner, and a Christmas 
party. Sigma Phi Epsilon president. Woody 
Hogg, was awarded the outstanding Greek 
Award for 1966-67. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart 
Carol Rjfies 




Blumer, Bill 
Bnyer. Bo 
Brow Jer, Skii 



Ca%\'thon, John 
Cianfrani, John 
Dyson. Bill 



ForJ, Tony 
Holland. Dwaync 
Litchfield, Dave 



Lytle, Richard 
Miller, Carl 
Ranes, Wesse 



Rowe, Jim 
Saunders, 'Ted 
Scholl, Danny 



Spurgeon, Winston 
Timberlake, Otis 
Torrey, Chuck 



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THETA CHI . . . 




81 chapters . . . Founded at Nor- 
wich University, Norwich, Vermont, 
1856 . . . Epsilon Iota chapter 
established 1958. 



Awaiting the Theta Chis in the fall was a surprise summer pledge project. 
Pledges converted an unused storage room and furnished it with wall-to-wall 
carpet. Theta Chi ended a very successful rush fall quarter boasting 30 pledges 
and taking the lead among fraternities for the largest membership on campus. 
The brothers captured first place in the fraternity division of the Alpha Xi 
Delta All-Sing with a quartet singing popular folk songs. At Christmas the 
Theta Chis entertained with a party for the residents at the Nursing Home 
in Greenville. After the holidays the brothers planned the coming of their 
Dream Girl Dance in January, which spotlighted the crowning of the Theta 
Chi Dream Girl. Rated fourth among chapters in the United States by its 
national, the fraternity served the college by participating in the blood drive 
and the Student Government. 



WINS FIRST PLACE IN ALL-SING. 




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Holt, Larry 
Vice-President 







O'Brien, Jim 

Treasurer 



Brothers take a break after classes. 




Lisa Green 
Theta Chi Dream Gnl 



Foster, Deom 
Foster, Jim 
Foushee, Mike 
Fraser, Lee 
Fuller, John 



Hcnson, Gerald 
Hodges, Sonnv 
Jamison, Lou 
Kerling. Bob 
Krauther, Chicle 



Morcland, Tony 
Murphy, Romly 
Nelms. Chjndler 
Phelan. John 
Phillips, Lyon 



Powell, Gary 
Rice, Jim 
Rockwell, Dennis 
Schiavone, Joe 
Shelor, Alan 



Shcperd. Jnhn 
Tilton, Gre>^ 
Thompson, Wally 
Tolley, Roland 
Williamson, Jerry 



Atkmson, Dick 
Bat:well, Tmi 
Baldwin, Harry 



Cottle, Joey 
Davenport, B 
Deal, Bill 



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Ebm. Bill 
Feddeman, Kent 
Forbes, Don 




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ALPHA KAPPA PSI . . 



60 chapters . . . Founded at New 
York University, New York, 1904 
. . . Eta Omicron chapter established 
1966. 



Proudly taking their place as one of the newest professional 
fraternities on campus, Alpha Kappa Psi was installed in the 
national organization November 5. The banquet began with 
a display of enthusiasm from all the brothers and with a stress 
on the fraternity's purpose to promote brotherhood and to fur- 
ther the knowledge of business. Along with the opening of a 
newly remodeled house and party room, the Alpha Kappa Psis 
hope to further their fraternity on campus and look forward to 
much success. 



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Bredlove, Ilkey 



RECEIVES NATIONAL CHARTER. 



Alpha Kappa Psi brothers and pledj?es build party room. 





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Alpha Kappa Psis erect sign at new chapter house. 



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Bauerhand, Joe 
Bell, Adolphus 
Benfield, Bill 
Bloodworth, Al 
Clark, Bill 



Coleman, Phil 
Felton, Larry 
Finch, Charlie 
Grossom, Charles 
Hall, Robert 
Harrell, Charlie 



Harbin, Paul 
Holloway, Jimmy 
Leonard, Gary 
Lewis, Doug 
Malloy, Terry 
Mc Laurin. Dono\an 



Medlin, Tommy 
Mewborn, Doug 
Monroe, Nap 
Moody, Preston 
Partin. Phil 
Pipkin, Preston 



Pitt, Ronnie 
Rogcrson, Bill 
Slappy, Jack 
Whitten, Dickie 
Fletcher, John 

Advisor 
Thorton, Jack 

Adtisor 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA . 



400 chapters . . . Founded at La- 
fayette College, Pennsylvatiia, 1925 
. . . Kappa Upsilon chapter estab- 
lished 195 i. 



Alpha Phi Omega, the largest service fraternity in the 
United States, was dedicated to serving that campus of 
which it was a part. The brothers strived to provide the 
college with the best possible service and gave of time and 
talents to that end. Service to the campus was not their only 
objective. They strived to serve the community, the nation, 
and themselves as well. Although basically a service fraternity, 
it was not without entertainment. Homecoming and the White 
Ball provided the local brothers of Alpha Phi Omega with 
opportunities of fine entertainment. Proceeds from the Alpha 
Phi Omega White Ball went to the Crippled Children's Or- 
ganization, and the brothers participated in drives for the 
Christmas Seal and tuberculosis funds. 




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President 
D'Ambrosio, Louis 




SPONSORS WHITE BALL. 



Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart 
Saniiy Zickler 



Barber, Jay 




Flowers, Jim 



Lewis, Larry 
McHorney, Jack 



Perkinson, James 
Pfaff, Howard 




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Seward, Steve 



Whitehurst, Neil 




Alpha Phi Omege^' 1967 White Ball proved a big success. 



Couples at White Ball enjoy refreshments 




DELTA SIGMA PI . . . 



132 chapters . . . Founded at New 
York University, New York . . . 
Delta Zeta chapter established 1953. 



Delta Sigma Pi was the only professional fraternity on 
campus which served a twofold purpose, business and pleasure. 
It was the professional business fraternity dedicated to serving 
the commercial and cultural advancements of the college and 
the community. Although this was a professional fraternity, 
the members had a chapter room where they enjoyed dances 
and other social events. This year Delta Sigma Pi sponsored 
a dinner meeting for the Coastal Plains chapter of the North 
Carolina Association of Coastal Plains Association. They gave 
a Christmas party with Chi Omega for the under-privileged 
children. In conjunction with the School of Business, Delta 
Sigs sponsored a typing contest for the surrounding high 
schools. 




Delta Sigma Pi Rose Queen 
Judy Scolt 



SPONSORS PARTY FOR UNDEI 



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Delta Sigs and ChiOs entertain underprivileged children at a Christmas party. 



PRIVILEGED CHILDREN. 



Becton, Garland 
Buck, Elbert 
Byrne, Richard 
Dodd, Charles 
Ellis, Phil 



Englebrecht, Ted 
Goins, Freddie 
Hendershot, Claude 
Kidd, Harold 
Mclnerney, Bob 



Merritt, Terry 
Murry, Stephen 
Patrick. Eliot 
Scott, Donald 
Shamel, Joe 



Surles, Sexton 
Townsend, Henry 
Wells, Orroll 
Wilson, Earl 
White, John 



Barger, Donald 



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DELTA PHI DELTA . 



41 chapters . . . Founded at Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Kansas, 1912 
. . . Alpha Phi chapter established 
1960. 




President 
Starnes, Michael 





Vice-PraiJent 
Wilkinson, Margot 




Secretary 
West, Cynthia Rowe 



Treasurer 
Smith, Brenda Carter 



GIVES AEGIS TO ART. 




Armstrong, Betty 
Brown, Elaine 
Coble, Julia 
Hooper, Diana 



Ipock, Julia 
Merhtt. Linda 
Padgett, Gail 
Pearce, Gale 






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Perry, Nancy 
Smith, A. G. 
Wood, Susan 
Williams, Alice 
Durland, Donald, Dr., 
Adviser 



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Alph.i Phi chapter of Delta Phi Delta, 
honor.ir)- art fraternity, was founded to pro- 
mote art in the United States, to stimulate 
higher scholarship and professional ability, 
and to foster friendship. Delta Phi Delta 
sponsored art exhibits and sales in the col- 
lege union. 



Art majors exhibit iheir works on (hird floor Rawl. 





Delta Phi Delta members display their collate 



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GAMMA BETA PHI . . . 



25 chapters . . . founded at Loiiis- 
hma State Un/versity, Lo/iisrana, 
1964 ■ ■ . Lambda chapter eUab- 
lished 1963. 



Encouraging scholarship, service, and leadership, the 
Gamma Beta Phi Society was the college organization re- 
sembling the high school National Beta Club. A relative 
newcomer to the campus, it sponsored throughout the year 
regular rush periods to enable eligible students to seek mem- 
bership. Most projects of the club were directed toward serv- 
ing the college and its students. Each year the Gamma Beta 
Phi awarded a scholarship to a deserving high school senior 
Beta Club member planning to attend East Carolina. In the 
fall, the members gave a reception for former Beta members 
to acquaint them with the organization and to welcome them 
to the campus. Other services rendered b" the Society included 
assisting with the faculty evaluation and working with the 
Student Government Association Spirit Committee. 






Vice-President 
Herring, Elizabeth 




Secretary Treasurer 

Adams, Gale Smith, Charles 



ENCOURAGES SCHOLARSHH 




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Abbott. Vivian 
Abernathy, Joan 
Aiken, Julia 
Ashley, Gayla 
Baker, Ray 
Barnhill. Roy 



Barrington, Thomas 
Brearey, John 
Brickhouse, Loretta 
Bright. George 
Bulla, Linda 
Clamp, Camille 



Coggins. Judy 
Coiie, Carolyn 
Comer, Lois 
DudJ. Linda 
Dozier, Fey 
Gardner. Alyce 



Goodinc, Eva May 
Griffm, Carolyn 
Grimes, Kathy 
Hanchey, Sandra 
Hardee, Danny 
Hjortsvang, Carleer 



Hoskins. Lou 
House, TrillisGail 
Humphrey. Martha Doby 
Jenkins. Alberta 
Jilcott, Margaret 
Tones, Sue 



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Jones, Joan Lee 
Kelly. Jern' 
Kennedy, Linda 
Kinlaw, Linda 
Klein. Martha 
Lan.eley, Rebecca 



Lanshe, Ellen 
Lewis. Daisy 
Lingle. Jackie 
Long, Edna 
Lucas, Alice 
Massey. Brenda 



Melton. Wocxlrow D. Jr. 

Merritl, Linda 

M.xk, Charles 

Moore, Linda 

Morris. Linly 

Powell. Sue 



ERVICE, LEADERSHIP. 



Paramore, Kenneth 
Parks, Johnny 
Reed, Sandy 
Renfrew, Gaye 
Rimmer, Frances 



Rogerson, Ellen 
Scott, Frances 
Stinson, Ray 
Stokes, Ella 
Tarkin^ton, Brenda 



Thigpen, Brenda 
Vaughan, Barbara 
Ward, Sharon 
Windom, Sondra 
Winslow, Percyl 



Willis, Everett 
Willis, Caroline 
Whitehurst, Linda 
Wrcnn, Mary 
Zickler, Sandra 











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Norris, Perry 



FOSTERS MUSIC. 



Phi Mu Alpha displays its trophi* 



AllreJ, Sammy 
Byerly. 

Ronny 
Cordell, Tim 
Deans, 

Kenneth 



Fincher. Ben 
Holt, James 
Hough, Robiti 
James, Larry 



Kinzie, Michael 
Laumann, 

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Lett, Wayne 
Logemann, 



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McCracker, 

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Moore. John 
Morlan. Steven 
Parker, Morris 



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Music of all varieties was the keynote for the broth- 
ers of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America. 
Scope of musical endeavors ran from classical to 
popular as Phi Mu Alpha brothers participated in a 
wide variety of campus productions. Fall and winter 
quarters found them vocalizing for the All-Sing and 
Wind Ensemble Concert and adding a touch of 
harmony to the holidays by Christmas caroling. Spring 
quarter brought the presentation of the Fraternal Spir- 
it Award to the graduating brother who had exhibited 
outstanding leadership and fraternal spirit throughout 
his membership in Phi Mu Alpha. 



Alan VanTuyl, Phi Mu Alpha, accompanies two Sigma Alpha Iotas. 




Piland, Marvin 
Pope, Paul 



Roberts, Ray 
Soltys, Albert 



Slockner, Jam 
Slith, Phillip 



Turner, Herbert 
Wells, James 



Phi Mu Alphas gather in hall during a break in practice. 




441 



PHI SIGMA PI . . . 



1 7 chapters . . . Founded at Central 
Missouri State Teachers College, 
Missouri, 1916 . . . Tau chapter es- 
tablished 1936. 






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Allen, Paul 
Baker, Ray 
Beasley, John 
Burwell, Jim 



Conley, Mike 
Davis, John 
Dicks, Roy 

Galloway, Jim 



Griffin, Danny 
Hardee, Howard 
Hendershot, Claude 
Hewett, Leslie 



Jackson, John 
Keeter, Kermit 
Koehler, Bob 
Lilly, Sammy 




Roberts, Ray 
Secretary 






Staley, John 
Vice-President 




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Walker, Jim 
Treasurer 



Phi Sigma Pi officers admire their new trophy. 




442 



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V - V' v- \ ' - Phillips, Tony 

^Tr*^*"^ \^^ f^J^ Reiner, Rilq' Phi Sigma Pi members aimed to further 

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fV ? -JSW jf^r*^ J*^ '■ ^'°''"- '^°"°" Founder's Day Banquet, and a Christmas 

i — J ^ ' V • V *•" Taylor, Chuck Party. Phi Sigma Pi encouraged scholastic 

■^^ -^ V'V ^A. W^ V -ru"* ■ . "^""L achievement and emphasized the importance 

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ENCOURAGES SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT. 

Phi Sigma Phi members socialize with theix adviser. Dr. Todd, before the meeting. 

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SIGMA TAU DELTA . 



104 chapters . . . Founded ut Da- 
kota W^esleyait University, South 
Dakota, 1924 . . . Omicron Theta 
chapter establishea 1961. 



Omicron Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the honorary 
fraternity for English majors and minors, promoted mastery 
of written expression, encouraged worthwhile reading, and 
fostered a spirit of fellowship among men and women who 
were specializing in English. This year the Sigma Tau Deltas 
sponsored a dramatic reading of Et'Cryman and A Christmas 
Carol. Each month, the members displayed recent material per- 
taining to English in a display case in New Austin. 






Secretary 
Whitson, Suzanne 



Vice President 
Hollingsworth, Peggy 



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Treasurer 
Wright, Linda 



PARTICIPATES IN DIL4MATIC READINGS. 




Sigma Tau Delta presents Everyn 




Dramatic readini; of A Chrnlmu! Caio! concluded Christmas activities 




Aver)', John 



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AJusor 
Jenkins, Mrs. Antoinette 




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CHI BETA PHI . 



23 chapters . . . Founded at Ran- 
dolph-Macon College, Virginia, 
1916 . . . Alpha Gamma chapter 
established 1953. 




Adviser, Dr. Thomas Sayetta, examines an experiment set up by a member of Chi Beta Phi. 



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President 
Rublein, Walter 



Vice-President 
Britt, Rebecca 







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Secretary 
Evans, Betsy Lou 



Treasurer 
Truitt, Robert 



Alpha Gamma chapter of Chi Beta Phi 
honorai^ scientific fraternity was founded to 
promote interest in science and to give recog- 
nition to scholarly attainment in science. Chi 
Beta Phi's membership was open to students 
in the fields of science, mathematics, and 
psychology. The fraternity presented a key 
charm award to the most outstanding mem- 
ber. Quarterly, the Chi Beta Phis published 
a scientific journal of reports, research, an- 
nouncements, and scientific papers of interest 
to persons in these fields. Chi Beta Phi mem- 
bers acted as hosts to the annual District 
Science Fair held at East Carolina College. 



SPONSORS DISTRICT SCIENCE FAIR. 




Becht. Sue 
Benditz, Ellen 
Broadhurst, Janet 
Burden. Hubert 
Carrow, Kester 
Cowley, Robert 



Dewar, James 
Dudley, Judy 
Dunkley, Mary 
Edwards, Audrey 
Freeman, Nancy 
Garrett. Michael 
Gold, Ann 



Kluttz, Nancy 
Knowles, Glenda 
Kuhn. Nanci 
McCotter, Patricia 
Merritt, James 
Miller. Susie 
Mobley, Nettie 



Neal, John 
Price, Carolyn 
Ranes, Carol 
Sawyer, Brenda 
Small, Anna 
Windham, Marcia 
Knight, Clifford, Dr., 
Advisor 



EPSILOJS PI TAU 



78 chapters . . . Founded at Ohio 
State University, Ohio, 1929 ■ ■ ■ 
Beta M/t chapter established 1963. 



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PrcuJem 
Lewis, Alexander 



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secretary 
Totten, Banks 



Members nf Epsilon Pi Tau display their symbol of purposes. 

Beti Mu chaptLT of Epsilon Pi T.iu, the internition.il honorary professional fraternity 
for majors in industrial arts and industrial vocational education, was founded to pro- 
mote technical research, and social and professional efficiency. This year, the Epsilon Pi 
Taus planned a program to promote industrial and technical education in the schools 
throughout North Carolina. The members of Epsilon Pi Tau presented honorary mem- 
bership, citation, and laureate citation awards. 

AIDS INDUSTRIAL ARTS. 




Tn.iwnr 
S.itterfield, Benton 



Ball, Wiibert 
Bing, Kennith 
Broadhurst, Frederick 
Brooks, Benjamin 
Cox, Wesley Don 



Drake, Richard 
Heckman. George 
Hoots, Wilham 
Keeter, Sidney 
Kelly, John 



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Pittman, 
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Scott, B. 
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Waldrop, 



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GAMMA THETA UPSILON 



96 chapters . . . Founded at Illinois 
Normal School, Illinois, 1928 . . . 
Beta Iota chapter established 1955. 




Geography majors learn to draw maps. 



Gamma Theta Upsilon was the only hon- 
orary geography fraternity on campus. Its 
purposes were to further professional inter- 
est in geography by affording a common 
organization, to advance the professional 
status of geogfaphy as a cultural and prac- 
tical subject, and to create and administer a 
loan for further study in the field of geog- 
raphy. Gamma Theta Upsilon installed a 
map in front of Wright Building showing 
the entire campus in detail. 




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Secretary 
Quinn, Robert 




Freshmen study the i,ini]xis ni.ip erected by the members of Gamma Theta Upsilon. 



INSTALLS CAMPUS MAP. 




Austin, Billy 
Brown, Larry 
Cunningham, Sidney 
Hennessey, John 
Thomas, Richard 



448 



PHI ALPHA THETA . 



734 chapten . . . Fotoided jl Uni- 
lersity of Arkansas. Arkansas, 1921 
. . . Lambda Eta chapter established 
1966. 



One of the newest honorary fraternities on campus, Phi 
Alpha Theta assisted schools and community organizations in 
historical research. Phi Alpha Theta International Honor So- 
ciety in History promotes the study of history and the exchange 
of learning and thought among historians. Phi Alpha Thetas 
from East Carolina aided high school students in Washington, 
North Carolina, in furthering their special interests in history 
as the society's main project for the year. Other activities in 
which Phi Alpha Theta's enterprising young historians par- 
ticipated furthered the encouragement of research and publi- 
cation by its members. 






Preudenl 
Dilda, Kenneth 



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Viu-PnsiJent 
Pollard, Dell 




Secretary 
Gilliam, Sherry 



RECEIVES CHARTER. 



Phi Alpha Theta recei\es its national charter 




Calhoun, Walter 

Ailiisor 



Colugh, David 
Frye, Mike 



Goixlinij, E\a May 
Neville, Ann 



Pulley, Charles 
Tolk-y, RoUnd 






449 



PHI BETA LAMBDA . 

321 chapters . . . Founded at Iowa 
State Teachers College, Iowa, 1942 
. . . Omicron chapter established 
1934. 



PROMOTES BUSINESS INTEREST. 



Phi Beta Lambda was a business service 
club. Open only to business majors and 
minors, it strived to promote a better un- 
derstanding between chapter members and 
the business world. Phi Beta Lambda spon- 
sored an annual candy sale. 



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President Vice-President 

Barger, Brenda Berry, Paerick 





Secretary 
Pait, Julia 



Phi Beta Lambda showcase in Rawl. 



Belche, Libby 
Bittner, Nancy 
Bonnevie. Rosemary 
Brewer, Betty Lou 





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Clemmer, Marian 
Cole. Don 
Connell. Danny 
Dodd, Charles 
Draper, Brenda 
Engleshnecht, Ted 
Esser, Marian 



Everette, Rita 
Forrest, HayT\'ood 
Freshcorn, Jennifer 
Gorham. Renee 
Hall. Kay 
Harris, Elaine 
Hudgins, Ed 



Lacey, Robin 
Manning, Mitchell 
Mobley, Barbara 
O'Shields, May 
Page. Carol 
Sloan. Mary 
Snutherland, Fred 



Stephenson, Gloria 
Sutton, Russell 
Ridenhour, Toni 
Rollins, Donna 
Waters, Betty Lou 
White. Ann 
Worthington, Elain 



450 



PHI EPSILON KAPPA 



53 chapters . ■ . Founded al Uni- 
versity of Indiana, Bloorninglon, In- 
diana. 191} ■ ■ ■ Beta Iota Chapter 
established 1961. 




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Lilly, Sam 
Vice-President 



Physical Education majors learn how to square dance 



Wrenn, Steve 
Secretary 






Ompbell. Fred 

Treasurer 



Being the only honorary professional physical 
education fraternity in the United States, Phi 
Epsilon Kappa strivcd for a better understanding 
of physical perfection, education, and knowledge. 
The brothers ser\'ed as instructors at St. Raphael's 
School, where they stressed the importance of 
physical training. They also officiated at soccer 
and tr.ick meets. Phi Epsilon Kappa presented 
the Outstanding Senior Award to the member 
who best fulfilled the fniternity's purpose, "to 
develop a sound body through physical perfec- 
tion, education, and knowledge." 



STRESSES PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN. 



Brinson, Burton 
Britton, Wayne 
Burchell. Mike 
Cox. Jim 
Craft. Steie 



Dait, 



Ro.cer 



Jordan, Bill 
Jor^ensen, Layne 
Kendrick, Lionel 
Lupton. Roy 
Paul. Tom 
Raynor, J,m 



Rice, Frank 
Roberts, Bobby 
Schwarz, Ernest 
Smith, Lannis 
Swinson, Allen 
Watson, Charles 



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PHI OMICRON . . . 

/ chapter . . . Founded at East Caro- 
lina College, North Carolina, 1952. 



Phi Omicron, home economics sorority, aided in civic better- 
ment at East Carohna College, encouraged and fostered high 
ethical standards in business and professional life, encouraged 
interest and scholarship in home economics, and stressed the 
ideal of service. Working toward national affiliation, giving 
a cake sale, and working with the Grcle K Club in making 
toys for the Day Care Center helped to achieve the group's 
purposes. Members wore green and white ribbons to represent 
growth, development, and purity. 





AIDS FUTURE 
HOMEMAKERS. 



Delegates to National Home Economics Convention take time out for refreshments. 



Jacqueline Anne Moore 
Linda Sawrey Moore, 
Reporter 




Mary Kay Noffz, 

President 
Sandra Pettigrew, 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Katherine Purvis 
Margaret Rumbley 



452 



PHI SIGMA TAL . . . 

35 chiiplers . . . Foitiided at Muhl- 
enberg College, Pennsylvania, 1930 
. . . Alpha chapter established 1965. 



Students and faculty worked together to pro- 
mote philosophical interest and inquiry as well 
as academic excellence in the honorary society 
of Phi Sigma Tau. At weekly meetings, philo- 
sophical and humanistic topics were informally 
discussed. Such an intermingling of ideas and 
opinions broadened the members' views of cur- 
rent ideologies. Phi Sigma Tau had quarterly in- 
duction dinners where new members read sym- 
posium-type papers that they had written on a 
given topic of interest. 




Phi Sipma Taus discuss the meaning of life in one of their meetings. 



FOSTERS PHILOSOPHICAL INTERESTS. 




453 



PI OMEGA PI . . . 

122 chapters . . . Founded at North- 
east Missouri State Teachers Col- 
lege, Missouri, 1923 ■ ■ . Beta 
Kappa chapter established 1944 





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Stephenson, Gloria 
President 



Moore, Merrill 
Treasurer 




Pi Omega Pi displjys thi- 



Promoting scholarship, encouraging civic responsibility, fostering high 
ethical standards and ser\'ice as the basis of all worthy enterprise were 
the purposes for which Pi Omega Pi, honorary fraternity for Business 
Education majors, was established. This year, the Pis sponsored a candy 
sale, helped a needy family at Christmas time, and sent delegates to the 
national convention in Chicago. They presented scholarship awards to 
deser.'ing underclassmen and awarded the Thomas Clay Williams 
Memorial Scholarship award to the senior with the highest scholastic 
average in business education for the past four years. 



PROMOTES CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY. 




Adams, Gale 
Brothers, Marie 
Chappell, Kay 
Crawley, Sue 
Hall, Kay 



Hofler, Roberta 
Mannings. Hazel 
McCandless, Betty 
Mobiey. Barbara 
Ober, Scot 



Page, Carol 
Schlegel, Gary 
Stokes, Frances 
Thompson, Linda 
Williams, Ruthe 



454 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

139 chapters . . . Founded at Uni- 
versily of Michigan. Michigan, 1903 
. . . Beta Psi chapter established 
1953. 







Preiident 
Cash, Sondra 



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Stcrc lary 
Moore, M.iry Brown 




Sisters of Sigma Alpha Iota discuss the movements in composition. 




Promoting the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts was 
among the major projects for Sigma Alpha Iota, the woman's profes- 
sional music fraternity-. The sisters of Sigma Alpha Iota performed 
in the Winter Musical and Contemporary Music Festival. This year 
they presented a joint Christmas concert with Phi Mu Alpha. Sigma 
Alpha Iota won the professional division in the Alpha Xi Delta All- 
Sing. Striving to further the development and appreciation of music 
was the goal of Sigma Alpha Iota. 









Sicphcnsim, 

J.,nc 
L'nncll, Ginger 



Sigma Alpha Iota displays trophic 





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Fine Arts 




With arms outstretched in despair. Shannon is soothed by tro| 
cal rains. 



Tennessee Williams' \'/i;hl of the Iguana brought shocking real- 
ity to the East Carolina stage. Binding tensions were heightened 
by the bitter irony that allowed a priest bound in sin to free one 
of "God's Creatures" from the torture he himself could not es- 
cape. Strangely beautiful lighting effects of George Schreiber com- 
bined with the run-down inn, roaring wind, and tropical rain of 
John Sneden to set the stage for the stirring drama. Hannah Jelkes, 
a woman artist traveling with an elderly poet, became emotionally 
involved with the Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon. Maxine Faulk 
came to despise Hannah in her jealous attempt to claim the de- 
frocked priest for her own. Edgar Loessin, East Carolina's noted 
playhouse director, merited the torrents of praise received for his 
mo%'ing production of Night of the Iguana. 



CAST 

Maxine Faulk . . . 

Corinne Sawyer 
The Reverend T. 
Laurence Shannon . . 
Dan Hogan 
Miss fuJi/h Fellows . . . 
Jeanne Meginnis 
Hanna Jelkes . . . 

Toni Darnay 
Sonno (Jonathan 
Coffin) . . . 

Tim Elliott 




Maxine attempts to claim Shannon as he 



TORRID PASSIONS RAGE IN 'THE NIGHT 



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Dinner is served on the \eranda of the 
Cosi.1 VerJe Hotel In ihe calm before the 




OF THE IGlANAr 



Hann.ih comforts her ^r.in.]f.irlicr. rhc' worlds 



in,i.' pr.icticint; poet, 




Father reigns over the family dinner table. 



Delightfully entertaining, the play Life with Father was 
built around the Victorian belief that the father was^the abso- 
lute ruler of the household. The belief became questionable, 
however, as the warm, human family was hopelessly involved 
in hilarious situations. Joan Sneden's elaborate Victorian set 
was the ideal background for the tyrannical father, who dis- 
played his stern but comical authority over his beautiful wife 
and his three lively red-haired sons. Albert Pertalion very 
skillfully directed the play to achieve a very excellent pro- 
duction of Life With Father. 



CAST 

Father Dan Hogan 

Viimie Trisha Graeff 

Clarence Rusty Thacker 

Cousin Cora Brenda Smith 

Mary Ann Wilson 

Rev. Dr. Lloyd Timothy Elliott 




In the quiet of the parlor. Mary and Clarence discover love. 



460 



RED HAIR AND VIOLENT TEMPERS PERMEATE 
'LIFE WITH FATHERS 




461 



STANDING OVATION AFFIRMS 'STOP THE WORLD 



Stop the World. I \\'\ii/l lo Get Off." a symbolic satire on the "man who 
wants to get ahead," became a very moving tribute to the East CaroHna 
Playhouse as the opening night audience rose in a standing ovation at the 
drop of the final curtain. Little Chap, the self-made, self-centered man, 
gained all he strove for but lost all he really needed in life. Stop the World 
■was centered around this characterization of "every modern man" and con- 
cerned Little Chap's sacrificing all for himself. The satire unfolded with 
undisputed excellence under the direction of Edgar Loessin with John 
Sneden as Little Chap performing before a spacious set of his own design. 
Book, music, and lyrics were by Leslie Bridusse and Anthony Newley with 
lighting by George Schreiber and music direction by Gene Namour. The 
musical maintained its superior qualit)' through Little Chap's final rendi- 
tion of "What Kind of Fool Am I ?" 



CAST 

Little Chjp . , John Sneden 

Ei'/e Jane Barrett 

Srts.w Ninna C. 'Wells 

Aiiya Lynda Moyer 

Jane Marcia Edmundson 




Brenda Smith as Ilsa, a German domestic, restrains Little Chap's 
advances. 




SUCCESS. 




Sparks fly as Liitle Chaps family btotncs involved in a domestic quarrel. 



463 



HAUNTING SCREAMS ELECTRIFY 'MARAT/ SADE' PRODUCTION, 




Screams, moans, and wild outbursts punctuated "Marat Sade," 
a play considered by many leading New York and London critics 
the most exciting and powerful play of the decade. East Carolina Col- 
lege was among the first, if not the first, colleges to produce this 
dynamic play. 

Inmates of the Asylum of Clarenton were directed by the Mar- 
quis de Sade as they enacted a play written to entertain aristocratic 
visitors to the asylimi. Revolving around the assassination of Jean- 
Paul Marat by Charlotte Corday. the play-within-a-play became com- 
plicated with Marat's plans of a revolution for France. "Marat Sade" 
unfolded with a unique perfection under the skilled direction of Ed- 
gar Loessin down to the last moment when the inmates of the asylum, 
madly screaming and clapping in response to the final ovation, rushed 
toward the audience. 



CAST 

M. Coulmier Douglas Ray 

Charlotte Corday Jane Barrett 

]ea>i-Paid Marat David Press 

Marquis de Sade Michael Lombard 

Simonne Evrard Pam Honaker 



Visitors of the nightmare world come to haimt Jean-Paul Marat. 




In the final moments of play Jean-Paul Marat is assassinated as the director, the Marquis de Sade, watches intently. 



464 




Instructing Charlotte Corday in her role, 
the Marquis de Sade attempts to keep 
the girl from falling asleep during the 

play 




Anguished inmate of the Asylum of Clarenton cries aloud in 

pain. 



irotomaniac, Duperret, 
dayed by Mark Ram- 
ay, clings to Charlotte 
'orday in a scene out 
if control. 




SYMPHONY ORCHESTIL4 MAINTAINS 
HIGHEST STANDARDS. 



Requiring excellence of style and performance on an orchestral 
instrument, the East Carolina College Symphony Orchestra main- 
tained high standards as the only resident symphony orchestra in 
Eastern North Carolina. Directed by Mr. David Serrins, the orches- 
tra was composed of eighty members carefully selected by audition. 
In November, a concert was presented featuring Mendelssohn's "Sym- 
phony No. 4 in A Major, Op. 90," Debussy's "Nocturnes," and the 
Bach-Schoenberg "Prelude and Fuge in E Flat Major" from the "Cla- 
vierubung. Part III." A February concert was followed by a perform- 
ance in May at the Contemporary Music Festival. 




Director David Serrins draws 
vibrant expression from the sym- 
phony orchestra. 




Performing 
■■Elij.ih," 



tiun V, ith the Concert Choir and the College Chorale, a portion of the Symphony Orchestra presents Mendelssohn 




Hours of rehearsal make the Symphonic Band an excellent performing group. 



SYMPHONIC BAND TOURS NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Composed of selected personnel, East Carolina's 
S)-mphonic Band appeared in winter and spring 
concerts, at commencement, at the Contemporary 
Music Festival, and at the annual Christmas program. 
This year the tour took the band through North 
Carolina and South Carolina. Directed by Herbert 
L. Carter, Symphonic Band membership through audi- 
tion limited the enrollment and increased the quality 
of performance. 




Director Herbert L. Carter draws exact tones from the skilled Sym- 
phonic Band aij 




Drum Major Marvin Piland signals the Pirates to begin "Dixie.' 



MARCHING PIRATES 

TRAVEL TO 

WASHINGTON, B.C. 



Excitement and school spirit reached a high 
peak as the East CaroHna Marching Pirates step- 
ped into action with colorful uniforms, exact 
formations, and a rousing rendition of "Dixie". 
The l60-member pirate band was an impressive 
background for East Carolina's six attractive ma- 
jorettes who executed precision routines in per- 
fect harmony with the music of the Marching 
Pirates. Under the direction of George W. 
Knight, the Marching Band appeared in half- 
time ceremonies at all home football games. 
This year the band traveled to Washington, D.C., 
to perform in the East Carolina College versus 
George Washington University game. 




With great ceremony the Herald Trumpets announce the East Carolina Marching Pirates. 




Wearing their showy pirate uniforms, the East Carolina majorettes are Biliie Gail Normen, Sandra Hanchey, Marie Gerlach, Laurie Jones, 
and Linda Jones with Chief Frankie Lamm. 



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Excellence in performance comes only after hours of rehearsal- 



469 



CONCERT CHOIR RENDERS 'ELIJAH.'' 




Director Charles Moore reviews music for the Concert Choir 




Limited in membership, the Concert Choir was 
selected from among sophomores, juniors, and sen- 
iors with consideration of grades and private audi- 
tions. The Concert Choir, under the direction of Mr. 
Charles W. Moore, in April made its annual tour 
through North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. 
The group also appeared at the Music Educator's 
National Conference in Atlanta. After many hours 
of rehearsal, the Concert Choir in conjunction with 
the College Chorale and the Symphony Orchestra 
presented Mendelssohn's "Elijah." 



47Q Hours of rehearsal precede every perfo 



Musical experience became a\ailable for non- 
music majors through the East Carohna Varsit}' Band, 
conducted by Mr. George W. Knight. Open to every 
student with high-school musical experience and to 
all freshman music majors, the Varsity Band pre- 
sented a spring concert and several lawn concerts. 
This group added additional excitement to East Caro- 
lina basketball games by providing lively pep bands 
that backed the East Carolina cheerleaders in urging 
the Pirates to victor)'. 




VARSITY BAND PROVIDES LIVELY PEP BANDS. 




.saxophones aid in a jazz number performed by the Varsity Band. 



471 




Exacting rehearsals precede April concert. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT ADDS COLLEGE CHORALE. 



New in the East Carolina Music Depart- 
ment this year was the College Chorale di- 
rected by Mr. Paul Aliapoulios. The Chorale, 
seventy members strong, performed a wide 
variety of music ranging from the accopello 
and accompanied literature of the great choral 
masters to the lighter music of today. The 
College Chorale joined the Concert Choir in 
December to perform Mendelssohn's "Eli- 
jah." Following rehearsals through winter 
and spring quarters, a concert was presented 
in April. 




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Seventy members compose the College Chorale. 




n OMEN'S CHORLS EMPHASIZES 
TECHNIQUE AND INTERPRETATION 



Although not .1 performing group, the East Carohna Women's 
Chorus played an important role in the music curriculum of the 
college. Directed by Mrs. Bobbie Matthews, the Women's Chorus 
was composed of students from many major fields who desired to 
gain technique in ensemble work. The chorus studied many areas 
of music with some emphasis on the Negro spirituals such as 
"Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child." No audition was re- 
quired for membership in the Women's Chonis. It was possible 
for every girl who was interested to further her choral trainmg. 



Interpretation and expression are stressed in the 
^X'nmen's Chorus 



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Director, Mrs B.ihtiic .Matthews, Accomp.mist, Rnhena Vi'hite; Officers Linda Wri.uht, Breece Daniels. Betty Hobbs, Ja 
Christina Midseit, Scarlett Mays, Judy Tarell, Ian Harris, and 



Brenda Fl 



473 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB PERFORMS 
WITH ST. MARY'S GLEE CLUB 



According to Director Clyde S. Hiss, the goal of Men's Glee 
Club was "to encourage an understanding of the best vocal literature 
for men's chorus." During their three practices every week, the men 
could be heard preparing for the two major concerts, one in conjunction 
with St. Mary's Glee Club in Raleigh. The Men's Glee Club presented 
several short programs before local civic groups. Membership was avail- 
able through audition with the director at the beginning of each quar- 
ter. 




Director Clyde Hiss prepares the Men's 
Glee Club fbr opening phrase. 







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I's Glee Club enjoys 



WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB SINGS IN LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS. 



Forty members strong, the East Carolina 
Women's Glee Club, under the direction 
of Miss Beatrice Chauncey, prepared for the 
numerous concerts performed at several high 
school and military clubs. An annual Spring 
Concert with the Men's Glee Club cul- 
minated a year's work for the glee club. 
In order to gain a wide variety of experience, 
the Women's Glee Club sang music from 
many areas of composition: sacred music, 
choral literature of Brahms and Schubert, 
and medleys from Broadway musicals as Alj 
Fa/r Lady and So//lh Piuific. Attractive uni- 
forms added appeal to the women as they 
sang with a perfection that came only from 
rehearsing many hours each week of the 
year. The Women's Glee Club was open 
through audition to any student. 




With 1 






475 




POETRY FORUM 
PUBLISHES ANTHOLOGY 
ENTITLED 'WORD-GATHERERS, 



Informally organized, the East Carolina College Poetry Forum, 
composed of students and non-students, met to discuss seriously the 
reading and writing of poetry and other literary achievements of 
the forum members and contemporary authors. The forum conducted 
private discussions and several poetry readings of the work of members. 
The group encouraged the reading, writing, and criticizing of modern 
poetry and provided an environment for growth in creativity and in 
critical awareness and expression. Recently published by the forum 
was an anthology entitled W'^ord-Gatherers. a collection of student- 
faculty poetry. 



Oral presentation plays an important role 
in the poetry forum. 




Dimmed lights set the proper mood for dramatic readings. 




Sealed: Nino,' Shell. Paula Bobo, James Shell, Norman Keller, advisor. Second Row: Billie Dean Mark'; Tan Kramer Sandr 
Henr\-. Cathy Cota. Jack Lewis. Third Row: Ronnie Calhoun. Jerrj- Kidd, Ronnie Johnson. Boh Isner. 




COLLEGE ARTISTS 

STAGE CHRISTMAS 

ART SHOW. 



ProviJing .in exch.inge of idcis between the 
East Carolinj Art Department and other art 
schools, the College Artist's Association this year 
was an important contributor to the cultural 
advancement of the East Carolina student body. 
The organization strived to educate culturally 
the public through art shows. During the Christ- 
mas season, paintings and other art projects were 
ilisplaytd throughout Greenville in many stores 
•IS well as along the sidewalks. The organization 
promoted fellowship in the art school through 
extra-curricular activities such as the Christmas 
art show. A service organization, the College 
Artist's Association aided the East Carolina Art 
Department in building and planning many art 
shows. 



Officers: Bob Isner 
Kidd. publicit)- ch.ii 



surer; Paula B.ibo, vicc-rresideni; James Shell, president; Jc 
Calhy Cota. secretary. 



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WESTMINSTER CHOIR PRESENTS CONCERT AT 



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Orchestra Michelangelo di Firenze 




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iN'ew York Brass Quintet 



EAST CAROLINA. 



Presented by the East Carolina Col- 
lege Student Government Association, 
the Fine Arts Series drew hundreds of 
students, facult)', and local residents 
of Greenville to its superb concerts. In 
October, the New York Brass Quintet 
performed pre-Bach pieces as well as 
modern compositions. The quintet fea- 
tured Robert Heinrich, trumpet; Paul 
Ingrahom, French horn; Robert Nage 
and Harry Phillips, tubas; and John 
Swallow, trombone. Highlit;htini; De- 
cember, the Orchestra Michelangelo di 
Firenze presented music of the Baroque 
and Classical periods as well as rarely 
heard works of the nineteenth century. 
The orchestra was created with the ex- 
pressed purpose of bringing to the or- 
chestra of classical proportions the per- 
fection of ensemble to he found only 
in a great string quartet. In March, 
the Westminster Choir, one of the best 
known choral groups in the world, ap- 
peared on the East Carolina Campus. 
The program of the choir included 
choral masterpieces of the thirteenth 
century, Negro spirituals, folksongs, and 
works of contemporary composers. 




Wc5tminsler Chnii 



479 



INDEX 



480 




ADMIMSTRA TIOJS-FACILTY I\DEX 



Alexander. Rudolph 
Allen, Betsy B 
Apliapoulios. Paul A. 
Arwnod. Fiank , 



Atkeson. ;..hn C 1" 

Bachman. Joseph S. - . 1" 

Bailey. Donald E 1<) 

Bailey. Donald F 19 

Baker. Repsy : 

Baker. Worth E 1 

Ball. Wilbert D 19 

Baro. Jose 17 

Barrett. Agnes W ; 

Barton. John B 18 

Bath. Charles 19 

Batten. James W 18 

Batten. Sara S 1^' 

Beach. Earl E 19 

Bearden. James H 18 

Beems. Cornelia 2 

Belcik. Francis P 19 

Bell. Jo Ann r 

Bennett. Lee 19 

Benson. Patricia 19 

Berryhill. James B 17 

Bezanson. Warren B. . . 16 
Bisgers. Audrey 
Bing. Kenneth L ., 
Blocker. Gay H, . . 

Bond. BarDee 

Boone. Robert L ... 
Boudrcaux. Robert M 

Boyce. Emily S 

Boyette. Joseph G. . 

Bradner. C. .J 

Brandon. Dorothy , . 
Brannan. Oscar W, . 

Briley. Anne S 

Bnmley. Ralph 

Brinn, Jack E. 
Broadhurst. Frederick 
Broadhurst. Ruth J, . 
Brousseau. Andre R. 
Brown. Charles Q. 
Brown. Wyatt L, , , 
Browne. Richard J . 
Browning. Elmer R 



196 



182 



180 



196 



Browning. Mane B 
Br>int. Carlos 
Bullard. Harold C 



Calhoun. Waller T 
Cameron. Norman } 
Capwcll. Richard L. 
Caraway. Hermine . 
Cargile. Anne C. . 
Carlton, Heibert R 
Carpenter. Thomas I 



Carroll. Faye 
Carruth. Jami 
Ca; 



W. 



Edward J, 
Herbert I.. 



195 



Carter. Robert 195 

Carty. Douglas E 160 

Chambhss. Thomas A . 188 

Chauncey. Beatrice . 195 

Cherry. William G, . . 168 

Chestang. Ennis L 172 

Clark. Amos 199 

Clark. Joseph 20 

Clay. Faye C 169 

Clay. Howard B 176 

Clemens. Donald F. . 199 

Coleman. Herbert A. , 176 

Congleton. Betty C. . , , 176 

Congleton. Joseph W. . 188 

Conley. Albert R 186 

Coulter. Byron 199 

Craighead. Houston . . 182 

Cramer. Robert E 172 

Crawley. Wesley V. . . . 162 

Creech. Roger t. 180 



Dade. H Fitzhugh .... 1-9 

Daniel. Billie L IBS 

Daniels. Frances 186 

Daniels. John W 18n 

Daugherty. Patricia .198 

Daucherty. Stella IHO 

Davis. Graham J 198 

Davis. Kenneth J 180 

Debter. Ouida C 186 

Dempsey. Audrey V. ... 196 

Derrick. J 199 

Derrick. Mildred H. . . . ISO 

Dewar, Thadys J 196 

Dixon. James C 19.1 

Douglas. Frances 17-1 

Douglas. George A. . . . 185 

Drake. Elizabeth 195 

Dudley. Frances F 180 

DugSJn. Charles H, .. , 162 

Duccan. Mary K 200 

Duncan. F D 16 

Dunigan. James 172 

Dunigan. Nancy C 180 

Durham. William H. . . 186 

Durland. Donald L. . . . 162 

Eagan. Elsie S 189 

Edens. Ruby E 186 

Edmiston. Robert S. . . . 162 

Edmiston, Sara 162 

Ed>^ards. Ida W 20 

Ellen. John C 176 

Filer. Frank W 199 



W. 



Nell C. 



Evily E. 



M. 



Fernandez. Joseph A, 171 

Fernandez. Manolita .-. 171 
Ferrell. Henry C .. 176 

Finch. Alton V 186 

Fleming. Ellen C 180 

Fleming, James 1 171 

Fletcher. John S 186 

Foster. Josephine A, , . . 191 

Fridley. Inez 20 

Fulghum. Carolyn A. . . - 20 
Fuller. Frank G. . 189 

Gantt. Robert B 174 

Garner. Ruth B 20 

Gillenwater. Mack H. . 172 

Ginnings. Nancy K. . , . 189 

Grate. William H 168 

Gray, Wellington B . . . 162 

Greene. Mary H 168 



e. Bertr; 
D D 



H, 



Gross, Tennala A. . , ISO 
Grossnickle, William . . 181 
Guy, Mariorie P 186 

Haggard, Paul W 190 

Haig»ood, T J 192 

Hamilton, John 160 

Hampton, Carol D 199 

Hanchrow, Joseph H. . . 186 

Hanner. Terrence E 20 

Handson. Janice G. . . . 168 

Harrell. Eeithion E 20 

Hart. Carol A 186 

Hart. William S 186 

Hassell. Ruby E 178 

Hatcher. M Frances ... 191 

Havilhorne. Nancy 20 

Hedges. Rammon M. .. 181 

Helms. Geneva A 191 

Helms. Rufus M 199 

Hendershot. Paul T. , . . 186 

Henderson. T. H 20 

Herndon. Thomas C. . . 176 

Hill. Helga 171 

Hill. Joseph A 186 

Hill. Samuel T 186 



Hiss. CUde S 195 

Hodgin. Kalherine ... 180 
Holmes. Keith D. ... 199 

Holt. Robert L 16 

Hood. Phyllis H 20 

Hooks. Edgar W r-1 

Hoots. William R 192 

Home. John H 1" 

Ho»ard. Henry 19 

Howell. Dayne C 196 

Howell. Gladys D 185 

Howell. John M 18.^ 

Hudson. Samuel P 200 

Hurley. Patricia 191 

Hutchins. Carolyn 199 

Ingram. Margaret H , 187 

Irons C Fred ,20 

Irons. Malene G 20 

Irwin. E Robert 195 

Jacobs. Ralph E 162 

Jacobson. Nanene 162 

James. Kenneth C 186 

Jarman. Council T 200 

Jeffreys. Donald B 198 

Jenkins. Antoinette S. , 168 

Jenkins, Leo W 15 

Johnson, Joyce B 196 

Jones. Douglas R 189 

Jones. Harold A 195 

Jones. Jo Ann , , 168 

Jones. Martha N 182 

Jones. Ray L 186 

Jones. Ruth B 196 

Jones. Shirley T 179 

Jorgensen. Nephi M, . . 174 



Kelly. John T 
Kelsey. Clarenc 



M. 



Kendnck. Larry L 174 

Kcrley. James E 20 

Kernen. Phyllis J 20 

Kim. J G 18J 

Klein. Robert A 199 

Kluttz. Leon V 160 

Knight. Clifford B 198 

Knighten. Charlotte C. . . 20 

Knight. George W 195 

Koonce. Maria H 171 

Kosteck, Gregory 195 

Kozy, John 182 

Ku. Peter 179 

Kuo. Jant 199 

Lambie. Ruth 191 

Lanier. Gene D 178 

Larsen, Tora M 196 

Larson. Ronald A 172 

Laurie. John S 199 

LeConte. Joseph N. . . . 199 

Ledbetter. Gorman W. . 196 

Leith. Robert W 192 

Lewis. Nancy W 20 

Little. Linda W 186 

Loessin. Edgar R 166 

Long. Thomas E 184 

Losie. Velma W 186 

Lowry. Jean 172 

Lundy. Lucille K 186 

Lundy. Talm.ige 198 

Macon. Arthur R 199 

Mallor. James B 18 

Mann. Sallie E 179 

Manning. Mildred B. ... 20 

Manning. Nanne L. . . . 181 

Marion. Andre 171 

Marshall. Ernest C. . . . 1B2 

Marshall. Julie D 1B4 

Martin. George C 172 

Martin. William B 1«9 

Martoccia. C, T 184 

Martinez. Inez N 196 

Martinez. Raymond \'4 

Mattheis. Floyd E 199 

Matthews. Bobbie P. . . 195 

McCall. Ruth R 20 

McDaniels, Jesse L, . . . 186 

McGlohon, Leal L 179 



Harold M 
•Mildred T 
Virginia G 



McGr.ith, 
.Mc<.r,Uli, 
McGtath, 
McLain, Nannctt. 
Mendenhall, Cyn 
Miller, Thomas ' 
Mills, Keith 
Minnis. Paul R 
Mitchell, ( harles 
Mitchell, Mavis 
Modlm, Ruth 
Mofdtt. John F. 

Moo 

Moo 



Charles W 
Miriam B 



Morgan. Molly M . ,. l"! 

Morrison, Robert R. , , , 1"! 

Motley. Frank W !68 

Move. Evelyn B 181 

Murad. Alfred ri 

Murphy, Catherine A. . 195 

Murray, Paul r6 

Myers. Edith 196 

Napp. Ralph R 195 

Naimour. Ellis E 195 

Neel. Francis L 162 

Nelms. Allan 20 

Nicholson. James D. .. 199 

Nickerson. Nancy S. . . . 198 

Nielson. Rhoda M 196 

Nixon. Clifford , ... 189 

Nixon. Ruth H 199 

O Ncal. Willene E. . . . 191 

Owens. Phoebe B r9 

Oyler. Barbara L 196 

Ozener. Esen S 191 

Parker. Sallie S 20 

Parncll. James H 195 

Paschal. Herbert R. . . . 176 

Past. George 176 

Paul. Tom L 1-4 

Payne. E. Louise I-9 

Pence. Sallie E 181 

Perry. Marguerite n 

Pertahon. Albert :o6 

Petterson. Janet 172 

Phelps. Herman D 200 

Pignani, Tullio J 180 

Pinion. Margaret 168 

Pope. Sharon 195 

Porter. Howard G 1-4 

Posey. Meredith N 168 

Potter. Gssen 187 

Presiett. Clinton R 184 

Price. Charles L 176 

Rader. Brian F 183 

Radovich. Anthony J. . . 174 

Ragan. Fred D 176 

Ragland. Gilbert G. . . . 1S9 

Ray. Douglas 166 

Read. Floyd M 199 

Reynolds. John 20 

Richardson. Norma L. . ri 

Rickman. George E ... ri 

Rocke. Donald C 18^ 

Rogers. Daisy H 20 

Romita. Joseph W 187 

Rosenfeld. Norman . . . 168 

Rosenleld. Vila 191 

Ross. Elizabeth 162 

Roulston. Rosalind ... 166 

Ryan. Edward P 198 

Ryan. lone J 20 

Ryan. Kevin T 160 

Sadler. Frank J 1S4 

Saunders. Frank W. ... 181 

Sayetle, Thomas C 199 

Scholz. Albert ri 

Schwarz. Ernest W. ... rl 

Scott. Blondy E 192 

Scarl. James A 105 

Sehcal. Prem P 198 

Scrnns. David 195 

Sexuer. Donald 162 

Shank. Barry M 195 

Shaw. Edwin P 168 

Sheppard. Moses M. ... 199 



: C. 



. Randall 



187 



Smilev. Wendell W. , 

Smith, Ivie I 

Smith, Lois R 

Smith, Norman E ... 

Smith, William J, . .. 

Sncden. John A 

Sorcnscn. Frederick . . 
Sorensen. Mary G. 
Southwick. Mildred D 
Sowell. Katye O. . 

Sparks, Margery S. . . 

Spcieht, Francis 162 

Stapkton, Hazel F 184 

Slallitns. Nell n 

Stancil. Brownie H. . . . 181 

Stasasich. Clarence .... 1-4 

Staton. Man' L 189 

Steele. Ralph H 174 

Steer. Helen V 166 

Stephenson. Mary A. .. 166 

Stevens. Charles 195 

StilUell. N. Daniel ... 172 

Stillwell. Edgar F 198 

Stokes. Gladys 20 

Strawn. Alice 191 

Sturgill. Claude C 1-6 

Suggs. Jo Ann 196 

Sutherland. Jerry 20 

Tadlock. Carl E 160 

Tano. Amalia R n 

Taylor. Alberta G 20 

Thomas. Grover M. ... loO 

Thornhill. Jack N 187 

Thornton. Jack W 187 

Todd. Richard C 1-6 

Toll. Eleanor E 195 

Toll. Paul A 185 

Topper. Paul Q 195 

Townsend. Frank C. ... 181 

Tracy. Donald C ... 195 

Troutman. William F. . 18? 

Tucker. James H 17 

Vansant. Henry C I-4 

Wade. E Merle 191 

Waldrop. Bonnie E. . . . 196 

Waldrop. Paul E 192 

Walker. Elizabeth S. . . . 179 

Wanderman. Henry .... 171 

Wandcrman. Reilly .... 171 

Warren. Eva W 196 

Watr.ius. Blanche G . . 185 

Watson. Brelt T 195 

Watson. William H. . . . 187 

Wcase. James H 176 

Weaver. Lilv R 179 

Webber. Edith 168 

Wcigand. George 20 

Welborn. Odell L 174 

Welch. J. Edmund .... 174 

West. Robert H 187 

While. Gladys R 195 

While. James L 20 

White. Ruth H 18 

Wic-gins. Minnie M. ... I-9 

Wilder, Vernie B 179 



ird. Geoi 



, G. E. 



Mary E. 
Melvin J. 
Darrell C. 



Wilkin 


s B 


176 


ide. Ha 


rriette C. 


168 


ide, R. 


hert M. . 


181 


1. Dan 


K 


19 


Brum 


A 


, 20 


on. Lu 


cile 


. 20 



Varl. 
Velv 
V.n, rhunc-Jen 



ORGANIZATIONS INDEX 



Alpha Delta Pi 39-1 

Alpha Eps.lon Pi 410 

Alpha Kappa Psi 430 

Alpha Omicron Pi 396 

Alpha Phi Omega 432 

Alpha Xi Delta 400 

A.C.S 345 

A.I.P 344 

Ansel Flight 378 

Aquanymphs 348 

Arnold Air Society ■ 379 

A.C.E 348 

Baptist Student Union . . 33; 

Buccaneer 98 

Campus Christian Fellowship 
533 

Canterbury 334 

Chi Beta Phi 444 

Chi Omega 402 



Circle K- 



349 



College Singers 472 

Concert Choir 473 

Delta Sigma Pi 434 

Delta Zeta 404 

Drill Team 383 

East Carolinian 100 

Epsilon Phi Tau 446 

Epsilon Pi Tau 445 

Gamma Beta Phi 436 

Gamma Thcta Upsilon - 447 

Gymnastics Club 350 

Hebrew Youth Fellowship 
335 

Hockey Club 352 

Home Economics Club . 353 
Industrial and Technical 

Education Club 354 

Inter-Fraternity Council 393 
Kappa Alpha ----- 412 



Kappa Delta 

Kappa Sigma 

Karate Club 

The Key 

King Youth Fellows 
Lambda Chi Alpha 

Law Society 

Library Club 

Lutheran Association 
Marching Pirates - , 

Math Club 

Mens Glee Club - , 

Military 

Modern Dance - , , 

N.S.D 1 

Mewman Club 

Panhellenic Council 
Phi Alpha Theta - .. 
Phi Beta Lambda - - 
Phi Epsilon Kappa - 



Phi Kappa Tau 418 

Phi Mu Alpha 438 

Phi Omicron 457 

Phi Sigma Pi 440 

Phi Sigma Tau 452 

Pi Kappa Alpha 420 

Pi Kappa Phi 422 

Pi Omega Pi 45 5 

Poetry Forum 475 

Pre-Med Society 362 

Rebel 103 

SAM 365 

Sigma Alpha Iota 454 

Sigma Nu 424 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 426 

Sigma Sigma Sigma - - - . 408 

Sigma Tau Delta 442 

S,G-A 85 

Sociology Club 366 



Student Nursing Associat 

S,N-E-A : 

Student Party ; 

Symphonic Band ' 

Symphonic Orchestra . - ^ 

Theta Chi ; 

University Party ; 

Varsity Band ' 

WECC Radio 

WECC T.V 

Wesley Foundation : 

Westminister Fellowship 

Women's Chorus ^ 

Women's Glee Club - - ' 
Women's Recreation 

Association = 

Young Democrat's Club 

Young Republican's Club 



STUDENT INDEX 



Aan, Barbara Jane . - . - 
Abbey. Simeon A., Jr. . 
Abbott. Vivian Ilene . . , 

Abell. Sandra Jean 

Abernathy. Beverly K. - 
Abernathy. Joan Benny 
Abessinio. Gino M- - - - 
Abeyounis. Marguerite . 
Acree. Chris Workman 

Adams. Andrea C 

Adams. Andrea C 

Adams. Barbara Jean - . 
Adamee. Billie Jean . . . 
Adams, Bonnie Faye . - . 

Adams. Brenton D 

Adams. Dana Kaye 

Adams. Douglas Lee - - - 
Adams. Gale Elizabeth - 
Adams. Gloria White . . 
Adams. Helen Faye - - - - 
Adams. Judith Ann - - - - 

Adams. Judy Anne 

Adams. Linda Joyce . - - . 
Adams. Thomas N . Ill 

Adamson. Susan 

Adcock. Alpha W-. Jr. - 

Adcock. Roger, Jr 

Adkjns. Linda Hood . - 

Adcock. Kathryn J 

Adkins. Stephen T 

Ahlum. Robert Chester . 
Aiken. Julia Mann , ,-- 

Ajas. Teruyo 

Albert. Paul E-. Jr 

Albright. Lynda Joy . . . 
Alcock. Lionel F 



Aldei 



H. 



Aldridge. Rebecca N. 
Aldridge. William F. 
Alexander. Cathie J- - 
Alexander. Henry B- - 
Alexander. Linda R. - 
Alexander. Steven L, . 
Alexander. Thomas B, 
Alford, Dolores A- . . . 

Alford. Jo Ann 

Alford. Wesley H.. Jr. 

Allen. Betsy Ann 

Allen. Brenda C 

Allen, Herman O , Jr 
Allen. Jonathan C. 

482 



Allen. Judy Gale 264 

Allen. Margaret M. --- 240 

Allen. Mar/ Angela -. - 294 

Allen. Mary Force 294 

Allen, Mary Paulette . - 264 

Allen, Nancie W 206 

Allen. Paul J-. Ill --.- 264 

Allen. Roger Dale 264 

Allen, Robert Ellis - -.- 294 

Allen. Susan Caroline . . 294 

Allen. Sylvia Bertha ... 294 

Alligood. Alice Rae 240 

Alligood. Jane R 264 

Alligood, Lindon L 240 

Alligood, Miriam L. . . . 240 

Allison, Adra Ives 264 

Allrcd, Charles S 240 

Allsbrook, Michael L. - 206 

Almon, Martha Ruth . - 264 

Almond, Linville S. --. 294 

Alphin, Eva Mae 240 

Alphin, Janice Marie -- 264 

Alphin, Wanda Kay - - . 206 

Alston, Carol Leigh . .. 264 

Alston, Emma C 206 

Alston. Wm Stanley. Jr. 

294 

Alvarado. Mauel A. -- 294 

Aman. Anna Jeanette . . 294 

Araan, Judy Rebecca . . - 264 

Amici, Emelia V 264 

Amon, Donald E., Jr. -. 294 

Amos, Wanda Sue 294 

Ancarrow, Edward G., Jr. 

Anderson, Elizabeth J- . 240 

Anderson, Gregory L. . . 264 

Anderson. Hildegardc . 240 

Anderson. John W 294 

Anderson. Joyce Y 294 

Anderson. Karen C 294 

Anderson. Lynda Faye - - 264 

Anderson. Mary S 264 

Anderson. Pamela Lynn 294 

Anderson. Ralph E. - - - 206 

Anderson. Richard E. . - 240 

Anderson. Steven Lee - - 294 

Anderson. Susan 240 

Anderson. Vickie M. .. 264 

Anderson. William B. -. 206 

Anderson, William H. , 264 

Andolsun, Orhan K,' . . - 206 

Andreoli. Rachel K. ... 264 

Andrew, John Stuart . , . 264 

Andrews, Ann C 264 



Andrews, Arthur M.. Jr, 

Andrews. Barbara Anne 
Andrews. Charles K. - - - 
Andrews. Ida Carol . . . . 
Andrews. Dennis G. . . - 
Andrews. Suzanne J- . - - 

Anema. John C 

Angel. Cathy Jean 

Angel, Ellen Douglas . . 

Angel. Stephen R 

Angel. Willard J-, Jr. .. 
Angell, Myron Mooney 

Anthony, Joseph E 

Appenzeller, Gail M. . . 
Apple. James Kent - . . . 
Apple. Janet Tanya . - . . 
Appleby. Donald John , 
Applegate, Joseph B, . . 
Applewhite. Walter B- - 
Arcand. Andre Thomas 

Areford. Ann Louise ... 
Arledge, Michael P. . . . 
Armstrong. Betty Sue . - 
Arnettc, Dianne Lee ... 

Arnold. Patricia C 

Arons, Rhea Lorraine .- 

Arrington. P.tul S 

Arrowood. Harold A. . - 
Asbury. Joan Raye - - . - 
Ashburn. Gary Brent - . 
Ashe. Celia Tunstall . . - 

Ashley. Cynthia D 

Ashley. Gayla Lona . - - 

Askew. Wm. Earl 

Aster, Joan Carolyn - . , 
Atkins, Barbara Sue . . , 

Atkins, Joseph B 

Atkins, Jerry Wayne - - - 
Atkinson, Andrew J. , . . 

Atkinson, Ann Eliz 

Atkinson, Mabel Jane . - 
Attwill. Wm- Richard 

Atwater. Charles S 

Atwood. Michael C. . - - 

Atwell. Marian Lee 

Austin. Andrew Y 

Austin. Gwendolyn I. - . 

Austin, James F 

Austin, Janice Elaine -- 

Austin. Nonie R 

Austin. Wm. Horton. Jr. 

Auten. Elizabeth D. . . . 



Avent. Beverly Jane . . . 240 
Avent, Ernest Braswel . 264 

Aversa, Alfonso R 206 

Avery, John Avant .... 206 
Avery. Nancy Penland . 206 
Aycock. Donald Alton . 206 
Aycock. Gordon B., Jr. 265 

Ayers. Michael B 294 

Ayers, Patsy Ann 294 

Ayers. Randy Kirk 294 



Bach. Wayne Marshall 
Bacon. Jeffrey John . . . 
Badalamenti. Vincent . 
Bagby, Richard Lee ... 
Baggarly. Bruce W.. Jr. 

Bagwell, Timothy B. . . 
Bagwell. Wm. Albert . 

Bailes. Judy Dorcas 

Bailey. Ann Clark 

Bailey. Barbara C 

Bailey. Donna Marie . - 
Bailey. Durcma Carol . . 
Bailey. Melbern C. Jr. 

Bailey. Michael C 

Bailey. Patricia D 

Bailey. Steve Craig . . . . 

Bain. Erick Bell 

Baird. Robert W 

Baird. Wanda Jane . . . 

Baker Betty Lou 

Baker. Betty Louise 

Baker. Billy Wayne. Jr. 

Baker. Cheryl Kay 

Baker. Etta Ruth 

Baker. Homer Thirl . . . 

Baker. Joy D 

Baker. Larry Talmage - - 

Baker. Melford Ray 

Baker. Patsy Eileen' - . - - 

Baker, Reginald F 

Baker, Sarah V 

Baker, Sharon Ann 

Baker, Susan Carol - - - . 
Baker. Wanda Gambill . 

Baker. William C 

Baker. William D 

Bakken. Patricia Lee . . . 
Balak, Joseph R 



Baldwin, Ralph A 

Balkcum, Carolyn B. . . 
Balkcum. Judy Corine . 
Ball. Rebekah Louella . 
Ball. Martha Hellen .. 
Ballance. Lester W. . . . 
Ball-ance. Thomas W., I 

Ballard. Clarence G. . - 
Ballint. Patricia Lee . . . 
Bang. Jens Erickson -.- 

Banko. Roberta S 

Banks. Cecil Sutton 

Banks. Ellis S.. Jr 

Banks. Jerry Hardin . .. 

Banks. Karen Lee 

Banks. Jeanette Lynn . . 

Baran, Joseph S 

Barbee, Carolyn L 

Barbee, Juanita Blain . . 
Barbee. Kathleen D. . . . 
Barbee. Susan Gail . ... 
Barber. Joseph C Jr. . 
Barber. Sandra Ruth . . . 

Barbour. Betty Gail 

Barbour. Beverly F. . . . 
Barbour. Dennis Riley . 
Barbour. Diane Hale .. 
Barbour. Gloria Dare . . 
Barbour. Janice Faye -- 
Barbour. Kenneth S. . . . 
Barden. James F-. Ill . . 
Barbour. Willard R. . . . 
Barden. Martha Sue . . . 

Bardy. Alan Abrara 

Barefoot. Rhonda Sue . . 
Barfield. Alton Leroy . . 
Barger. Brenda Barger . . 

Barger, Donald S 

Barham, Doris Jane . - . 
Barham. Edward L,. Jr. 

Barick. Marion Eliz . . . 
Barker, Wayne Morgan 

Barkley, Ann M 

Barkley. Margaret R. . . 

Barkley. Phyllis A 

Barnes. Elizabeth A. . . - 
Barnes. James David . . . 

Barnes. Jean D 

Barnes. Judith Ann . ... 
Barnes. Paulette M. . - . 



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Barnett. Rjndall Page 
Barncttc. Patricia D. . 
Barnettc. Jerry Lynn . 
Earnhardt. Jane S. , , . 
Earnhardt. Martha M. 
Barnhjll. Barbara D. 
Earnhdl. Frances S. . 
Earnhdl. Robert H. . 

Earnhdl. R,.y L 

Barnhill. Waher R. . 
Barrett, Susan C- 
Barrington. Thomas L. 
Barrow, Barbara A. S. 
Barrow. Rebecca Ann 
Barrow. Stephen T. . . 
Barry. Wilma Mae , . 
Bartlett. Martha B. . . 
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Bartley. Wm. Stephen 
Barto. Clarence O,. Ill 
Barton. Kathryn Anne 

Barts. Darreli J 

Barwjck. Kenneth D, . 
Barwick. Lynn Parks . . 
Basnight. Sheila S. . .. 
Bass. David Allan .... 
Bass. Edward T.. Jr. .. 

Bass. Gary Lee 

Bass. Harriet Susan . . . 

Bass. Pamela Joe 

Bass. Patricia M 

Bass. Paul Moore. Jr. . 

Bass. Rebecca H 

Bassford. Anna Michel 

Bastian. Stanley 

Eatchelor. Michael F. . 
Bateman. Donald Ray . 
Bateman. Judy Diane . 
Bateman. Kathryn L. . 

Bates. Frederick S 

Bates. Laura ,Z 

Bates. Margaret C 

Batten. Connie Mae . . 
Battisto. Mary Nicola . 
Baucom. John Charles 
Baucom. John Vann . . 
Bauerband. Joseph L. . 

Batjgus. Linda L 

Baviello. Ronald R. . .. 
Baxley. Howard K. . . . 
Bays. Margaret Ann . . . 
Baysden. Alton Ray . . . 
Beach, Robert Clayton . 

Beal. Julia Carol 

Eeal. Larry Allen 

Beaman. Douglas E. .. 
Beaman. Margaret Ann 



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Beaman. Thomas E. .. 

Beard. Rita Louise 

Bearden. Johnny Clay . 
Beasley, Charlie R . Jr. 

Beasley. Fisher J 

Beasley. John Julius . , 
Beasley. Samuel E. . . . 
Beasley. William E. . , 
Beato. Joseph Anthony 
Beattie. Eunice M. 
Beatty. Julie Anne , , . . 
Beatty. Stuart Ashley . 
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Beaver., Dorothy Ann . 
Beaver. Henry Gerald . 
Eea%ers. David L . Jr. . 
Beavers. Shirley C. . . . 
Bebber. Douglas Ray . 
Becht. Susan Eleanor . 
Beck. Sarah Vaughn . . 

Becton. Hugh G 

Bedsworth. Janine M. . 

Beety. Gilbert T 

Beiderbecke. Bruce J . 
Benel. Lawrence D.. Jr. 



Peitl. Jo Ann 

Beland. Marvin Coopci 

Belche. Ruth E 

Belcher. Robert G, 
Belk. Michael E. . 
Bell. Cecelia Ann . . 
Bell. Cora McGregor 
Bell. Danny Lynn . . 

Bell. Dianne 

Bell. Doris Ann 

Bell. Fonda Crews . .. 
Bell, Glenda Sue , . 
Bell. Joyce Anne . . , 
Bell. John S . Jr. . . 
Bell, Patricia Ann . . 
Bell. Ronald Lee . 

Bell. Ruth Ann 

Bell. Sylvia Jane , , 
Bellmann. Marcia L 

Belote. Frank L 

Belote. Herbert T. . - . 
Eemis. William Y. . . 
Bender. Barbara B. , , 

Benditz. Ellen F 

Benfield. William J. . 
Bennett. Alfred J. , . . 
Bennett. Barbara S , , 
Bennett. Margie Ann 
Bennett. Patricia Sue . 
Bennett. Ronald B . . 
Bennett. Ronald P. . , 
Bennett. Susan Mary . 
Bennett. Tony Ray . . 
Bennett. Wm. Richard 
Benson. Archie D . Jr. 
Benson. Donald E. . . 
Benson. Mary Ellen . 
Bentley. Edith Gail . . 



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Bonnie Beth 
Jerry Wayne 
Lynda Kay . 
Margaret L. 



Benton. Stephen Boyd 
Bcrdine. James M,. Jr. 

Berg. Ronnie Jean 

Berger. Jane Ellen . . 
Berger, Nell Darlene . 
Berger. Vincent Ray . . 
Bermi. Dante Charles . 
Berlage. Heather S. . .. 

Berlin. David S 

Bernard. Clifton A, . .. 
Bernhardt. Floyd G, , , 
Bernhardt. Johnny L. . 
Btrnhardt, Walter S. . . 



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Berry. Carolyn P 

Berry. Helen Lawrence . 
Berry. Patrick Kevin . , , 

Berri'. Peggy Y 

Best, Abbiegail L 

Best. Alice Carroll 

Best. Beniamin N . Jr. 

Best. Julie Grey 

Best. Nancy Louise . . . . 

Best. Jenny Lynn 

Eeville. Alice Clay . ... 
Bickham. Janet Leslie . 

Biggs. Daniel G 

Bilbro. James Benton . . 

Bilodeau. Philip H 

Bilyou. Susan Marion .. 
Bingham. David Daniel 
Binkley. John E . Ill .. 

Bird. Cynthia C 

Birmingham. Jane Y. .. 

Bishop. Jane Ellen 

Bishop. Julius Liston . . 
Bissett. Harold E.. Jr. . . 
Bissetle. Charles. Jr. ... 
Bissette. Elizabeth G. . . 



Bis 



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Biltner. Nancy L. 
Black. Harry B. 
Black. Mary Marc 
Blackburn. James 
Blackburn. Jean C 



BLu-kburn. W'.illcr Wm, 

Blackley. Anne Lavetn 
Blackley. Lydia Carol 
Blackman. Gail E. 
Blackmer. Jonathan C. 
BLickmon. Archie L. . . 
Blackmon. Glenda Kay 



Blacks, 



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R. 



Blackwelder. Gary Lee 
Blackwcll. Lee Harlan 



Bl: 



Barbara Ann 
Brenda Ellen 



Blair, Linda Elaine . .. 
Blalock, Ethel Faye ... 

Blalock. Linda F 

BLilock. Lynda Watson 

Blanchard. Albert. Jr. . 
Blanchard. George W. 
Blanchard. Helen Rae . 
Blanchard. Janet G. . . 
Blanchard. Joseph B. ., 
Blanchard. Stephen M. 
Bland. Cherry Moore . . 
Bland. Donnie Renee .. 

Bland. Danny Carl 

Bland. Ira Thomas . ... 
Bland. Marvin H . Jr. . 

Bland. Thomas H 

Bland. William G . ... 
Blankenship, Martha G, 






enda J, 
Marcia 



Bla 

Blaylock. Kenneth W. 
Blaylock. Norman Bill 
Blevins. Wanda Susan 
Blick, Barry Allan . .. 
Bloodwnrth. Alexander 
Blount. Mary Charles , 
Blue. John William . . 
Blue, Sharon Leigh . ., 
Blum. Loretla Joyce . . 
Blumcnstein. Frances . 
Blumer. Wm Johns .. 

BIythe. Jo Ann 

Boas. Peter Drew 

Boaz. Dolores 

Boaz. James Michael . 

Bobbin. Nancy B 

Bobo. Paula Runette ., 
Bodenheimer. Charles . 
Boedeker. Charles M. . 



an. Linda Lee 
James Towers 



Boll. 



Beverly Ra 



Bonds. Mary Dianne . 
Bone. Brenda Ins ... . 

Bone. Laro' S 

Bone. Mary Ethel ... 
Boney. Patricia Ethel . 
Bonner. Cheryl Lynn . 
Bonner. Constance M. 
Bonnevie. Rosemary . . 
Booker. Anne Wilson 
Booker. Edward Long 
Boone. David Eason . 
Boone. Patricia Anne . 
Boone. Janice Mane . 
Boone. Sidney Grant . 
Booth. Arthur Joseph 

Bordeaux. Peggy I 

Boseman. Jane Thorp 
Bosse. William Ward 
Boseman. Floyd Glenn 

Bost. Roger W 

Bost. Waller Lee 

Bo' 



Bonnie Millc 
Jewel Dean 



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Boutwell. Connie E 
Bowden. Beverly Ja: 
Bowden. Bonita D. 
Bowcn. Cornelia E. 



Bowe 
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Patiicia Kay ... 
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Thomas Daniel 
, Sandra Leigh . . 

Warren Anthony 



Bowles. Linda Jayne . . 
Bowling. Carolyn O. . 
Bowling. Wm. Alton . 
Bowman. Jerry Lee . . . 
Bowman. Kay Mane .. 
Bowman. Paul Martin 



, Ma 



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Boyd. Franklin C 

Boyd. Gaynor C 

Boyd. Ira Hughes 

Boyd. Janice Marie ... 
Boyd. John W.. Jr, , ,, 

Boyd, Kathleen L 

Boyd, Rebecca Jean , ,. 
Boyd. Robert Henry , .. 

Boyd. Robert Lee 

Boyd. Toncy Allen , , . . 
Boyd. William Graham 
Boyelle. Charles G. 
Boyette. Cleon E . Jr. . 
Boyette. Eddy Lucas . 
Boyette. Janet Rose . . . 
Bnykin. Bobby Donnie 
Boykin. Lynda L, Hall 
Boykin. Wm Bexley . . 
Boylcs. Ira Wendell . . 
Bozman. Vaughn P. . . 
Braak. Bernard Bmce . 
Bracken, Brenda P. . . . 
Bradbury. Edwin O. . . 

Braddy. Robert S 

Bradford. Judith L. . . 
Bradford. Susan E, , .. 



Bradle 



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Bradley. Sylvia D. 



Brady. Deborah Clan 
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Brake. Kathc 



Branch. Mary R 

Brandon. Dennecia L. . 
Brandon. Elizabeth A 
Brandt. Harry Herbert 
Branin, Mark Jeffrey . 
Brann. Lorraine Wise . 
Brannan. John Willard 
Branscomb. Rachel J. . 
Branscome. Betty Faye 
Branllcv, Elizabeth A 
Brantley, Carolyn F, . . 
Brantley. Margaret E. . 



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Braswell, Marsha Rose 
Braunhardt, Ronald N. 
Braxton. Linda Fay . . . 
Braxton. Ronald Earl . 
Brearey. Jonathan Lee 
Bray. Lucy Salters . . . . 
Brcedcn. Edward E.. Jr. 
Breedlove. Carolyn J, , 
Breedlove. Irvin P,, Jr. 
Breeze. Ann McKnight 
Breilman. Paul 



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Btetz. Beverly D. 



Bndinst.ne. Ann M 
Bridge. Sharon I. 
Bnd.geman. Phyllis G 
Bridgers. Charles W 
Bridgers. Grant T . Jl 
Bndgers. Joan Avent 
Bridgers. Linda Mae 
Bridgers. Mary C , . 
Bridges. David A. 
Bridges. Paul F 
Bridges. Victoria L 
Briggs. Bettv Cuitis 
Hnght. Danny Lee 
Bright. Carolyn Anne 
Bright. George W., 1 
Bright. Mary Caroline 
Brinkley. Anne Castle 
Brmklcv. Julia F. . 
Brinson. Francinc D. 



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Brock, Edi 


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Brock, Ron 


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Linda Jean . .. 
Lois Dean 
Mary Buchanan 
Mary Hester . . . 
Nancy Ames . . . 
Omela Allie 
Patncia Ann . . 
Rebecca Ann , 
Rebecca B, . . 

Ronald W 

Ruby Earl .... 
Sammy Alex 



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!!.,.v,i,. V.iice George 
Vi -.^nlovv. Bene Have: 
r.ro'.vning. PriscilU . . 
ar..yl.p|l. Sally P, . . 
Uruc.son. Richard D. . 
tirjan. Ann Can.le . . 
Bryan. David Hoffman 
Bryan. James Noel . . . 
Dryan. Kelly Ferrell . . 
Bryan. Linda Carol . . 

Bryan. Nell Marie 

Bryant. Cynthia 

Bryant. Kenneth S. . . . 

Bryant. Paulette 

Bryant. Rebecca M, . . 
Bryant. William T. . . . 
Bryant. Wmifred L. . . 
Buchanan. Vernon L. . 
Buchholz. Edward T. . 
Buck. Elbert T.. Jr. . . 
Buck. John Richard . . . 
Buck. Rebecca S. P. .. 

Buckner. James C 

Buelin. Ronald R 

Buckner, Jerry L 

Buff. Jackie Faye 

Buetlner. Nancy R. . . . 
Buckner, Rodney W. . . 
Buie. Barbara Jean . . . 

Buie. Neil Elliott 

Bulla Linda Rhea 

Bullard. Linda Gary . . 
Bullard. Mary Ann ... 
Bullock. Brenda L. . . . 
Bullock. Gwen Eliz . .. 
Bullock. Jimmie M. . . 

Bulluck. Judy K 

Bulow. John K 

Bumgardner. John M. . 
Bumgardner. Karen C. 
Bumgarner. Janet Sue . 
Bumg.irner. Susan C. . 
Bumpass. Michael F. . 

Bunch. Annette 

Bunch. Janette 

Bunch. Brenda K.ay . . . 
Bunch. Earl Wayne . , . 
Bunch. John N.. Jr. . , 
Bunch. Mary Lou D. . 
Bunch. Velton Ray - . . 
Bunn. Benni 
Bunn. Russell Donov 
Bunting. Annie L. - , 



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Burawski. Wil 



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Burbella. George J. - . . 
Burch. Brenda Allen .. 
Burch. Robin Elaine .. 
Burchell. Michael R. . 
Burden. Hubert White 
Burden, Patricia Ann .. 
Burgdofer. Jerry Evan . 
Burgess. Harvey D. . . 
Burgess. Mary Jane . . . 
Burgess. Nancy Carol . 
Burgess. William L. .. 

Burke. Etta Diane 

Burke. Sharon R 

Burleson. John D 

Burnette. Diana Daye . 
Burnette. Margaret N. 
Burney. Kathetine A. . 
Burns. David Jean ... 
Burns. Elizabeth Ann . 
Burns. Janice Marie . . 
Burns. Nathan Stanley 

Burns. Robert Lee 

Burns. Pamela 

Burwcll. James Darrel , 

Buschman. Jane C 

Bush. Ronnie Heyward 
Butcher. Terry Lynn . . , 
Butler. Charles King . . 
Butler. David Alan . ... 

Butler, Donald E 

Butler. James Wm 

484 



Butler. Judith Lee 
Butler, Teresa Irer 
Butts, Ronald Brui 
Buzzelli. Phillip L 
Byerly. John B, . 
Byerly. Ronald Bm 
Bynum. Joseph C, 

Byrd. Ann Grady 26 

Byrd. Charles Thomas . . 29 

Byrd. Esther H 21 

Byrd. Franklin D 24 

Byrd. Freda Gene 29 

Byrd. Judy Opal 26 

Byrd. Marilyn Kimbal 
Byrd. Mary Corine . . 
Byrd. Retha Faye . . . 
Byrne. Henry George 
Byrne. Richard Lee . 
Byrns. Frank Edmond 
Byrum. Howard M. 
Bymm. Willie C. . . , 

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Cade. Jane Mane . . . 
Cahoon. Karl Glen , , 
Cahoon. Robert. Jr. . 
Cahoon. Yvonne C. . 
Cain. Harry Irving . , 



Mary Susar 
Ronald No 



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Calci 



298 



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210 



:t. Stephen D. . , , 
Calder. Lynn Frances , 
Caldwell. Johnny M. . . 
Caldwell. Kenneth C. . 
Calhoun. Elizabeth B . 
Callicutt. Charles D. . . 
Callahan. William G. . 
Callis. Lorraine Hope . 
Cameron. Celia Ann . , 
Cameron. Mary Lew . . . 
Camp. James Clifton . , 
Campbell. Annette R. . , 
Campbell. Cheryl Ann . 
Campbell. David A. . . 
Campbell, Earnest F. . . 
Campbell. Howard E. . . 
Campbell. Kathry'n L. . . 
Campbell. Martha E. . . 
Campbell, Patricia A. . . 
Campbell. Rita Lee . . . . 
Campbell. Walter E.. Jr 

Campbell, Wilham R. . 
Canaday. Mona Lou . . . 
Candler. Martha Ann , . 
Canipe. Herbert \V.. Jr. 

Canning. Timothy A. . . 

Cannon. Evelyn P 

Cannon. Lou Ellen 

Cannon. Mary E 

Cannon. Sue Ellen 

Cantley. Cerney D 

Capel. Helene C 

Capps. Barbara Deane . 

Capps. Erie Dianne 

Capps. Kirby Butler . . . 
Caprio, Robert Joseph . 
Carawan. Beverly R. . . , 
Caraway, Cheryl Ann . . 

Card. Adele Rose 

Garden. Debra Anne . . . 

Carey. John H 

Cardwell. Cecil D 

Cargill. James M 

Garland. Nancy Ruth . . 

Carlson. Edward D 

Carlton. Penelope V. A. 

Carmlchael. Alison G. . 
Carmichael. Beverly S. . 
Carmichael. Charles L. 
Carmichael. Frances C. 
Carmines. Chailotte G. 
Carney. Basil W.. Jr. .. 
Carpenter. Jo Anne .... 



Carpenter. Mary J . . 
Carpenter. Michael R. . 
Carpenter. Sandra P- . . 
Carpenter. Tina Joy . . . 
Carper. George M.. Jr. 

Carr. Carol Ann 

Carraway. Allen M. . . . 
Carraw.iy. Dora Jean . . 
Carraway. George B. . . 

Carraw.iy. Sudie A 

Carrier. Frances D 

Carrier. Thomas B . . 
Carriker. Alice Ann . 

Carroll. Betty E 

Carroll. Luellen 

Carroll. Sharon K.iy . , , 
Carrow. Kester Lane , . . 
Carson. John F.. Jr. ... 
Carson. Barbara Jean . . 
Carstarphcn. John. Ill . 
Carroll. Thomas R,, Jr. 

Carter, Beverly Jo 

Carter, Carol Sue 

Carter. Donald Lane . . . 

Carter. Dwight H 



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Carter. Evelyn S. M, ., 
Carter. James Leonard . 
Carter. Judith Kay 
Carter. Patricia Ann . , 

Carter. Richard S 

Carter. Wm. Casper ... 

Carwile. Mary H 

Cartwright. Martha E. , 
Cartwright, Martha E. . 
Cartwright. Robert M. . 

Carver. Evelyn B 

Casebolt. H.ampton D . 
Case. David Richard . , . 
Casey. James Michael . . 
Casey. James Michael . . 

Casey. James Neal 

Casey. Lois Mae 

Cash. Roy E,. Jr 

Cash. Sondra Lee 

Cash. Terry D 

Cashion. Carol Faye . . , 
Cashion. James E. D., J 

Cashion. Robert N 

Cashwell. John C 

Cassady. Paul Carter . , . 
Cassell. Catherine C. . . 
Cassell. Thom.as M. . . . 

Castles. Lonna E 

Catchpole. Cynthia L. 

Cates. Suzanne 

Cathey. Georgia Ann . , 
Catlelt. Cassanora J. . . . 
Catlctte. Susan L , 
Cattle. Carolyn Anne , , 

Cattle. Rosemary 

Caudill. D.iger L 

Caudle. Richard L 

Cauley. Wm. Douglas . 
Causey. Beverly Ann . . . 

Causey, Ethel F 

Cavanaugh. Annette W. 

Cavanaugh. Jerome F. . 
Cavenaugh. Linda Rose 
Cavendish. Michael E. . 



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Cawtho 


. John D 


Cayton. 


Carl Delray . .. 


Cayton. 


Faye Carlyle . . 


Cayton. 


John M 


Cayton. 


Stephen M. ... 


Chaffee 


Pamela R. 


Chalme 


s. Thomas W. . 


Chambe 


s. Allen B. ... 


Chambe 


s. Diana Lynne 


Chambe 


s. Nancy L. . . . 


Chambl 


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ChambI 


ss. Rebecca T. . 


Chambl 


ss. Thomas W. 


Chance. 


Mary Lynn . . 


Chandle 


. Anne Eliz . . . 



Chandler. Cathy Ina .. 


. 299 


Coble. Charles E 


Chandler. Lynn B. . , . 


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Coble. Henry L 


Chapman. Cynthia R. 


. 299 


Coble. Judy Kay 


Chapman. Elbert M.. J 




Coble. Julia Lamm ... 




269 


Cochran. Randolph C. . 


Chapman. Jane Warren 


244 


Cochran, William C. .. 


Chappell, Angela Kaye 


. 211 




Chappell. Bertie S. . . 


. 244 




Chappell. Claudia J. .. 


. 244 


Cody. Linda S 


Charron. Raymond B. 


, 2 14 


Coe. Candice H 


Check. Mary Josephine 


. 299 


Coffleld. Brenda Ann . . 


Cheek. Ada Frances . - 


. 269 


Coffin. Willard M 


Cheek. Cynthia Burke . 


. 269 


Coggins. Candance C. . . 


Cheek. Cynthia E 


. 299 


Coggins. Judith M 


Cherry. Donna Lee . . . 


244 


Cohron. Linda Lou .... 


Cherry. Henry Lee . . . . 


. 299 


Coker. Charles Davis . . 


Cherry. Janet A 


211 


Coker. John H 


Cherry. Margaret G, . . 


. 299 


Cole. Donald W 


Cherry. Peggy Taylor . 


. 299 


Cole. Gary Glenn 2 


Cheshire. Nancy Lou . 


244 


Cole. Lena Clare 2 


Chesson. James Russel 


269 


Cole. Patricia Van 2 


Chesson. Murry G- . .. 


269 


Coleman. Maurice A.. Jr. 


Chesson. Michael N. . 


211 




Chestnut. Dennis Earl 


269 


Coleman. Nancy D. ... 2 


Childers. Floyd D 


. 299 


Coleman. Philip C 2 


Childers. John S 


. 244 


Colenda. Patricia A. ... 3 


Childress. Daniel H. ,. 


. 299 


Coley. Linda D 3 


Chipman. Robert A . Jr 




Coley. Charles F. ..... 3 






Coley, Sue C 2 


Chisom. Sherman L. . . 


299 


Colie. Ruth Carolyn ... 2 


Chitty. Thomas G. . . . 


244 


Collier. Billie S 2 


Choi. Hyun Jong 


202 


Collins. John Douglas . 2 


Chorley. Joseph H, ... 


269 


Collins. Johnny P.. Ill . 3 


Christenbury. Judy M. 


211 


Collins. Patsy 2 


Christian. Linda Lee . 


269 


Collins. Sylvia Diane . . 2 


Church. Gerald W. , , . 


269 


Coltrain. Brenda A 3 


Cianfrani. John C. . . . 


211 


Comer. Linda Lee 2 


Ciccolella. Jan Lea . .. 


269 


Comer. Lois Margaret . . 2 


Clack. Mary Jeanette . 


299 


Conaway. Richard Erie . 2 


CLi.gett. Wilson L , Jr. 


211 


Conder. Priscilla A 2 


Clamp. Julie Camille . 


244 


Conley. Michael J 2 


Clark, Burke Paris . .. 


244 


Conlon. Kathleen E. ... 3 


Clark. Carol Jeanne . 


244 


Connell. Daniel R 2 


Clark. Diane Wade . . . 


299 


Connell. Joseph S.. Jr. . 2 


Clark. James Thomas . 


299 


Connelly. John M 2 


Clark. Jerry Wayne . . . 


299 


Connet. Peter T 2 


Clark. Judith D 


299 


Connor. Susan Allfair . 2 


Clark. Margie K 


299 


Conrad. David Paul 2 


Clark. Mary Lynn ... 


299 


Conroy. Joseph A,. Ill . 3C 


Clark. Mich.iel G 


299 


Conway. Jacqueline E. . 27 


Clark, Ray Clinton , , . 


211 


Conyers. Mary Claire . . 3C 


Clark, Ruby Jacquelin 


211 


Cook. Candice L 27 


Clark. Russell Bailey . . 


269 


Cook. Helen E 30 


Clark. Wm, Blanchard 


299 


Cooke. Elizabeth W. ... 24 


Clark. Wm. Fowden. J 


' 269 


Cooke, Marilyn F 27 












Clarke. Jams S 












Claus. Marjorie Lee . . 


269 


Cooper. Jennifer B 27 


Clayton. James L 




Cooper. Llovd Edward . 30 


Clayton. Mary Lynn - . 


269 


Cooper. Sandra Lynne . . 21 
Cooper. Vicki Jane .... 27 


Claywell. Janice M. . . 


269 








deary. Margaret S, . . 


299 




Clemenger. Sylvia H. , 












Cleveland. Rebecca J, . 


269 




Cliborne. Judith L. . . 


300 


Corbett. Phyllis Ann ... 21 


Clemmons. Ora Lee , , 


300 




Clifton, Sandra Kay , . 


. 300 


Corbitt. Charles H Jr 30 


Cline. Barbara Carol . . 


211 


Cordell. Albert Oram . 24 


Cline. Lineile Louise . . 


244 






300 




Clough. David Neil . . 


211 


Corey. Susan Margaret . 30 
Corriher. John W 27 


Coutier. Dave F.. Jr, , 


300 


Corriher. Sandra L 27 


Clune. Thomas James . 


300 


Corinth. Mary Eveline . 30 


Cmorik. Joseph F 


211 


Correll. Edward L.. Jr. 24^ 


Coakley. Cathy Eliz . . 


300 


Cortelyou. Catherine ... 30 


Coats. Sarah Lynn .... 


300 


Cortopassi. Constance . . 27C 


Cobb. Annie Forrest . . 


269 


Cosner. Francis J.. Ill . 30C 


Cobb. Carolyn R 


269 


Cota. Cathy Jean 27C 


Cobb. Jane G 


269 


Cothren. William A.. Jr. 


Cobb. Jack Milton. Jr. 


300 


27C 


Cobb. James R.. Jr. , , 


244 


Cotrone. Audrey G 300 


Cobb, Melvin R.. Jr . 


244 


Gotten. Vista Kay 244 


Cobb. Michael Wayne 


269 


Couglc. Bryar Ted 270 


Cobb. Richard Eugene . 


211 


Counts. Donald R. P. . . 270 


Cobb. Vaden Leroy . . . 


211 


Courtney. Beniamin H. 24- 


Cobb. William R 


244 


Cousins. Janice M 202 



rnnard. Julu \V. , 
G.wjid. Rttha Jane . , 
Cowirt, J.ihn William 
Cowell. Barbara Faye . 

Co« ley. Mary B 

Cox. Alphia Gail , , . . 

Cox. Betsy Ava 

Cox. Cameron M.. Jr. . 

Cox. Charles N 

Cox. Cornelia I 

C..X. Daryle 

Cox. Diana Daugherty 

Cox. Donna Jane 

Cox. Eula Catherine . . 

Cox. GilJa 

Cox. Howard Thomas . 
Cox. Jacqueline Ann .. 
Cox. Jane McBr^dc . .. 

Cox. Jimmy Ray 

Cox. Marshall D, . .. 
Cox. Mary K.itherine . 
Cox. Mary Vireinia . . 

Cox. Ottis G.. Jr 

Cox. Peppy Ann 

Cox. Rae Cushing 

Cox. Sara Elizabeth , . 
Cox. Sue Lynnette . , . . 
Cox. Wesley Don ... 
Coyle. Marcia Lee . . . 
Crabtree, Martha Anne 

Cralt. Stephen D . Jr. 
Cramer. Barbara E. . .. 
Cramer. Judith F.iy , . 
Cramer. Thomas A. .. 
Crane. Kathleen C . . . 
Crane. Michael L. , . 
Crane. Peter Blue . . . 
Cranford. Janice Ruth . 



Crater. Barba 
Gravatt. Wm. 



Cn 



ch. Carole. 



300 

248 



Craven. Tony Farrell . 
Crawford. Alicia J. , . . 
Crawford. Car>l M . 
Crawford. Douglas B . 
Crawford. Elizabeth C. 

Crawford. Linda Lee . , 
Crawford. Mary C. . ,. 
Crawford. Stephen B, . 
Crawley, Barbara Sue 
Crayton. James Ed. Jr. 
Credle. Mary E. P. , . 
Credle. Willie E 



Creech, D<.rinda Kay . 
Creech. Dwipht M 
Creech. Frances C. , - . 
Creech. Gibbie Sue , , . 
Creech. Mar|orie D. . . 

Creech. Judcth A 

Creech. Linda F 

Creech. Ora K 

Cressman. Winifred J. 
Crew, John Allen 
Crew, William Ray . , 
Cribb. Brenda Joyce . , 
Cricler. Carolyn M. . . 
Crisp. William Lee . . . 

Crisp. William R 

Crist. P.itricia Mane . 
Crocker. Loorais G. . 
Cromartie. Elizabeth ., 
Cromartic. Jean D. . . 
Cromartie. Urbanna M 
Crompton. Janis L. . . 
Crooke. James R. , . 
Crosby. Wm. Stephen 
Crosland. Evandeke 
Cross. Martha Ann . , 
Cross, Sharon Lynne . 
Crotts. David Frank . 
Crouse. Pepgy J„ .... 
Crowley. Linda Lee . . 
Croy. Gerrald Wayne 
Cruise. Glenda Jean . 
Grumpier. Thomas D. 
Crutchficld. Rhonda C. 



270 



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Cu 


Ibtrtson. Leta L 


Cu 


Ibreth. Walter M.. Jr. 


Cu 


Iley. David Newton . 


Cu 


llifer. Christopher . . 


Cu 


Horn. Frances C 


Cu 


Ip. James Garrison 


Cu 


Ip. William D 


Cu 


Iton. Martha Amelia 


Cu 


mber. William E. ... 


Cu 


mminis. Elizabeth A. 


Cu 


mminss. George W. 


Cu 


mmin.cs. Zeb C. Ill 


Cu 


mmins. Roma Lee ... 


Cu 


ndiff. Ronald G 


Cu 


ningham. Sydney G. . 


Cu 


iiningham. Jane P. . . 


Ci 


nningham. Susan Ora 


Ci 


rrin. Percy Tony 


Ci 


rrv. Keith Charles . . . 


Ci 


rtin. Jnhn Lupton ... 


Cl 


rtis, Jakale N 


c 


shman. Anne Frances 


Cl 


shwa. Michael H. .. . 


Cl 


tier. Lewis Edmond . . 


c 


tier. Linda Alleen ... 


Cu 


tier. Sara David 


Cl 


tts. Fannicm 


Cl 


Its. Howard Vann . . , 



Dapcnhart. Jimmie Lee 

Dail. Alta Ann 

Dail. David Whitney . . . 
Dale. Matoka Caroline . 
Dallon. Clevester. Jr. . . 
Dalton. Roger Dale . .. 

Daly. Norma Jane 

Dambrosio. Louis A. . . 
Damon. Margaret L. . . 
Damren. Douglas M. . . 

Daniel. Anne C 

Daniel. Charles Rcade .. 

Daniel. Esther Jane 

Daniel. Jackie A 

Daniel. James Wesley . . 

Daniel. Linda Faye 

Daniel, Linda Alton . . . 
Daniel. Shirley Marie .. 

Daniel. Thomas J 

Daniel, Walter J 

Daniels, Audrey Dene . . 

Daniels. Johnie B 

Daniels. Jimmie Earl .. 

Daniels. Jimmy R 

Daniels. Mary Byrd 

Daniels. Peggy Marie . . 
Daniels. Russell W. . . . 
Danowski. James L. . . . 
Danowski. Thomas F. . 
Darden. Noel Jean ... , 

Dark. Lois Elaine 

Dark. Scarlet Ann .... 
Darnell. Stephen W. . . , 
Darrow. Billy Russ .... 
Dauphtridge. Betsy A. . 
Dauphety. Donna M. . . 
Dauphtridge. John D. . 
Daughtry. Carl M.. Jr. 
Daughtry. Ellen Eliz ... 
Daughtry. Janice E. . . . 
Daughtry. Linda G. . . . 

Daughtry. Lola H 

Daughtry. Thomas M. . 
Davenport. Andrew , ... 
Davenport. Elizabeth .. 
Davenport. Hilda R. .. 
Davenport. Linda G. . . 

Daves. Dewey R 

Davidson. Sandra I. . . . 
Davidson. Tondra C. . , 
Davis. Barbara Dianne . 

Davis. Buford Lee 

Davis. Charles Edward 



Diane Wade 
Dons Ann . . 
Eliz Ann . . 
Emery Turner 
Fannie Allene 
Frant'es Elaine 
Gary Ernell . 
Hattie Faye . 
Helen Gail . 
Janet Louise . 
John Perdue 
, Jeffrey C. . . , 
, Jere Lee , . . - 
, Jerry Bnice . 
. John Adnan . 
. Josephine A. 
. Judith Ann . 
. Karen Beth . . 
, Kalherine Lee 
. Louis Pai.pe . 
. Luela Joan 
, Lynda Faye . 

. Mary Ellen . . 
. Mary Leigh . 
. Norma Kathn 

. Pauline 

. Randall Kent 
. Rebecca Jo , 
. Robert Bntt 
. Robert W. . . 



21.1 



Davis. Wm. Michael 
Daws. William Lee ... 
Dawson, Linda Smith . . 
Dawson. Suzanne Ray . 

Day. Martha Jean 

Day. Mary Evelyn 
Day. Mary Jane Burges 
Day. Sandra Jeanne . . . . 

Day. Sandra Kay 

Deal. Jackie W 

Deal. Harvie Ann 

Deal. Jerry Lee 

Deal. Larry Ray 

Deal. Wm Freeze 

Dean. Hugh Parker . . 
Dean. James Walter . . . 
Dean. Nancy Carole . . . 
Dean. Ronald Gray , , . 
Dean. Thomas Walker . 
Deans, Donna Sue . ... 
Deans. Kenneth N 
Deaton. Elizabeth Ann . 
Deaver. Brenda Gail , . . 
Debnam. Margaret F. . . 
Pebruhl, Donna Kjv 

Dcbruhl. James F 

Debmhl. William Leo . 
Deeds, John Milton , , . . 
Deem. Beverly Ann . . . . 
Dees. Julius G . Ill . .. 



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271 
301 
271 
301 
213 
213 
213 



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Daitt 



Wa 



Deha 



Jean Ann 

:. Harry Albert . . 
Dellarena. Richard M. . 
Dellingcr. Marshall S. . 
Delpnore. Peter A, . 

DeMille. Frank Robert . 
DeMonhreun. Gerald L. 

DeVido. Gregory James 
Denby. Elmer Craig . , 
Denning. Diane Lee . . 
Dempscy. Francis M. . 
Denmark. Mary Hope . . 
Denny. Charles Calvin . 
Denson. Jane Carol . . . . 

Denton. Herbert F 

Denton. Lynda Grace . . 

Denton. Martha C 

Derbyshire. Mary W. . . 
Derreth. Barbara E. . . . 
Desler. Marcia Lynne . . 
DeVanc. John Michael 
DeVane. Charles M. ... 



DeVote, Kathleen 
De«. J.. Anne J.. 
DeWar. James B 



Dc» 



Wi 



Diamond. Lee G 
Dickens. Judy Ann , 
Dickens, Marty Cilenn 
Diiktns. Wm Irvin. I 
Dickenson. WiUijm F 



Duke 



Ditkerson. Mary F. , ,. 
Dickinson. John G. . .. 

Dicks. Roy Clark 

Diday. Robert Henry . . 
Diday. Kathleen Ruth . 
Diefenbach. Jaied R. .. 
Dilda, Kenneth W.iyne 
Dillard. John T . Jr. .. 
Dillard. Linda Joyce .. 
Dillinpham. Anna L. . 
Dillon, Connie Rene .. 
Dineen. Michael James 
Ditinars. John Michael 

Diuguid. Randolph S- . 
Diuguid. William H. . 
Dixon. Cathenne E. .. 

DiMon. Jennifer 

Dixon. John R 

Dison. Mary Maxinc . 
Dl^..n. William Ray . . 

Dixon. Willis E 

Dodd. Mary Ella 

Dodd. Linda Elaine ., 

D.idd. William C 

Dolan. Margaret F. . . 

Donharl. Bruce E 

Donharl. Glenn Tli,.ma' 

Donnell. Michael L. .. 

Dnnohue. Paul J 

Di.rcy. William F. . . . 
Dorman. Larry W . . 
Dorsey. Donna Morpan 
Doss. Carolyn E . . 
Douph. Wm Michael 

Dougherty. Dayl 

Douphtic. Joan I 

Douqlas. John Frank . 
D.,wd, Robert W 



Barba; 



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Dozier. Wm Asti.r. Jr. 

Drake, Charles E 

Drake. Nancy Jo 

Drake. Richard E 

Draper. Brende C . .. 
Dr.uiphon. Vivian C .. 
Drihlnw. PaliKia A. 
Dressel. Barry Lee . ... 
Drum. Loye Steven . . . 
Drydcn. Wm. Conant . 

Drye. Barbara I 

Dudasik. Joseph J 

Dudley. Jeff Franklin . 
Dudley. Judy 1 avinia . 
Dudley. Owen Finncl . 
Dudley. Waller R . Jr. 

Dudly. William I 

Dudord. Thomas F .. 
Duke. Joel Tl>urst..ii . . 
Dunaway. Marpo Diane 



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Dunkley. Mary I 

Duim. Jennie Sue 

Dunn. Judith Ann 

Dunn. Judith Cand W. 
Dunn. Lynda Louise ... 
I^unn. Nancy Gwaltney 
Dunning. Ronald Ivan . 
Dupree. Glenda Gail ... 

Duprce. Richard H 

Durham. Dolores Jean . 
Durham. Evelyn D, . .. 



Duih. 
Durha 



Idward 



Mary Lynn 



Durham. Sharon E 
Dutton. Betty Ann , . 

Duilon. Doulas M 

Duval. John Cameron , 
lluvall. Margaret Lynn 
DiMPPins. Bobby E. ., , 



Farl. Charles Louis . 
Earles, John S . Ill . , 
Early. Dana Elizabeth 

Early. Richard H 

Earnhardt. Linda K, 
Eaip. Mary' Anne . , . 
Eason. Alina Jo 

Eas.in. Gene Lee 

Eason. Linda Kaye , , . 
Eas,.n. Thomas E . 
Eason. Timothy G. . . 
Easlep. Elizabeth S. 
Eastwood. Wm Dwigh 
Ehbett. Jams Elaine . . 
Eddins, Patricia Ann . 
Edelen. David Bart . . 



Edge 



Michael 



302 



Ed.perton. Judine Vail . 
Edgerton. James H.. Jr. 
Edpe. Connie Sue 



■ M. 



on. Russell B. 
Alann W. . . 
Audrey Pape 
Brenda Anne 



irl Allen 



Edwards. C, 



Ed» 


irds, Cynthia B . . 


Edsi 


ards. David A. . . . 


Ed« 


irds. Donald E. . . 


Ed« 


irds. Elizabeth G. 


Edw 


ards. Elmo Thomas 


Edvs 


ards. Gcraldine M. . 


Edw 


ards. Janet Ann .... 


Edw 


ards. Jerry Roger . . 


Edw 


ards. Jesse C 


Edw 


ards. Linda Carol . . 


Edw 


ards. Liston G 


Edw 


ards. Mary Anne . . . 


Edw 


ards. Mary Louise . . 


Edw 


irds. Michal F 


i:dw 


ards. Preston S 


Edw 


irds. Rebecca W. .. 


Ed« 


irds. Sandra L 


Edw 


ards. Thomas S. . . . 


rd« 


irds. Tula H 


Edw 


ards. William. Ill .. 


Efla 


ad, Donald C 


Epn 


r. Diane Marie . . . 


Elan 


1. Tom Rae B.iling 


Elan 


n. William H 


Eldc 


r. Darrcll Lee ... 


Elks 


Charles B.. Jr. ... 


Elks 


Helen Rae 


Elks 


Larry Gene 


Elks 


Linda Sue 


File 


aberper. Thomas C. 


E Ik- 


aberger. Timothy . . 


El le 


be. Susan T 


Elli. 


tt. Brenda Jo 


Elli 


11. Kenneth Ray ... 


till. 


It. Linda Carol . . . 


rill. 


tt. Nancy Deanc . . 


Fill, 


tt. Phillip Cain . .. 


Fill 


II. Robert H 


I.lli 


11. Shar..n L 


hill 


11. J homas Earl . , . 


Elli 


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Fill 


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Fill 


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Mil 


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1 III 


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Fill 


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y. Daniel W,. Ill . 


him 


are. Betty Bnlcy .. . 


tim 


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485 



Elmore. William E. 
Elrod, Barbara Jo . . . 

Embler. Anita 1 

Emoo-, Christine S. . 
Emory. Patricia Anne 
Englebrecht. Ted D. . 
Enshsh. Donna Lee , 
English. Peegy Jane . 
Ennis. Joanna Turner 
Ennis. Paul Grieg . . . 

Ennis. Wayne L 

Equlls. James W, ... 
Ervin. Faye Joyce . . . 
Ervin. Patricia Ann . . 
Erwin. John Kelly . . . 
Esham. David Elisha . 

Esser. Marian 

Estep. Paul Johny . . . 
Eslridge. Ricky B. . .. 
Eubank. Patsy Lee . . . 
Eubanks. Linwood G. 

Eudy. Teresa Jo 

Eure. . .Jacquelyn P. . 
Evans. Alan Dean . . . 
Evans. Carolyn R. . . . 

Evans. Daniel F 

Evans. David Lee .... 
Evans. Donald E. . , . 
Evans. Dorothy L. H. 
Evans. Judith Waller . 
Evans. Kenneth W. . . 
Evans. Lindsay Mcray 
Evans. Patricia Nell . 
Evans. Patsy Gibson . . 
Evans. Paula Gail , . . . 
Evans. Susan Ward . . . 
Evans. William C. Jr. 
Eveland. Frances Ann . 
Everett. Debra Kay . . . 

Everett. James H 

Everette. Mildred F. . 
Everett. William C. . . 

Everette. Helen E 

Everette. Mildred F. . 
Everette. Rita Ann . . . 
Everhardt, Joseph W. . 
Evitt. Wm. Charles . . . 
Eways. Kamai Peter . . 
Ewell. Grace Louise . . 

Ezzell. Nola Eliz 

Ezzell. Robert Hill . .. 
Ezzell. Mary Ressie . . . 
Ezzell William W. . . 

Fair. William B 

Fagge. Sandra Camille . 

Falls. Bonnie Ruth 

Fallowfield. Sandra L. . 

Falls. Ida Jane 

Fann. Sandra L 

Fann. Jarvis Cooper . . . 
Fann. Jimmy Russell . . . 
Farabee. Brenda Sue . . . 
Farabow. Jeanne E. . , . 

Farell. Judy E 

Fans. Judy Ann Haste . 
Farless. Ruben Ray . . . . 

Farmer. Janet L 

Farmer. Roland Jr 

Farmer. Susan Carol . , . 

Farrcll. Donald J 

Farrell. Wm. Norris. Jr. 

Farthing. Michele P ... 
Faulk, Sandra Jane .... 
Faulkner. Alice Mane . 
Faulkner. William M. . 
Faulkner. Mercer M. . . 
Feddeman. Wm. Kent . . 
f eimster. Larry Dean . . 

Fell. Richard Earle 

Felton. Larry L 

Fennell. Linda A 

Fennell. Mary M 

Ferguson. Danny T. . . . 
Ferguson. Gerald Ray . . 
Fcru-usun. Larry R 

486 



Ferguson. Margaret D 


. 27: 


Ferguson. Michael Lee 


. 272 


Ferree. Walter F. . . . 


. 303 


Ferrell. Sandra Lynn . 


. . 303 


Ferrell. Waverly J. . . 


. . 303 


Ferris. Linda P 


. 215 


Ferry. John Patrick . . 


. 216 


Fesperman. Julia A. . 


. 2^17 


Fester. Shelia Lyn ... 


, 303 


Ficklin. John Thomas 


. . 303 


Fields. Betty Jean . . . . 


. 303 


Fields. Gary Wayne , . 


. 303 


Finch. Charlie C. . . , 


. 21(5 


Finch. Daniel Rodney 


. 272 


Finch. Kenneth Duane 


. 303 


Finch. Ralph Alfred . 


. 216 


Fincher. Beniamin E. 


. 247 


Findlty. John Edward 


. 301 


Firestone. Carol Ann 


, 303 


Fisher, Betty Joanne . 


. 2t6 


Fisher. Cecelia L. ... 


. 303 


Fisher. Cynthia 


. 216 


Fisher. Dolores Ann . 


272 


Findley. John Edward 


■ 303 


Fisher. Judith F 


. 303 


Fisher. Larry Edward , 


. 272 


Fisher. Martha Jean . . 


. 303 


Fisher. Pamela F, . . 


303 


Fitch. Mollic 


216 


Fitts. Donald James . .. 


. 272 


Fitts. Tandy Walker . . 


272 


Fitzgerald. Douglas H. 


. 216 


Flanigan. Judith G. . . . 


. 272 


Flanagan. Dwight J. . . 


303 


Fizer. Sandra Lynn . . . 


303 


Flake. Betsy Ross . . , , 


303 


Flanagan. Sharon V. . 


272 


Fleming. Eugene C. . , 




Fleming. Ruth Ellen . 




Fleming. Williim M. . 


303 


Fletcher. Harriet L . 


2 10 


Fletcher. James C 


247 


Flint. Janet Linda .... 


303 


Floats. John Wright . . 


272 


Flowe. Rebecca Kay . . 


247 


Flowe. Paula Lynn . , . 


273 


Flowers. Betty Ruth . . 


303 


Flowers. Charles Ray . 


303 


Flowers. James Calvin 


216 


Flowers. Peggy Ann .. 


247 


Flo«ers. Sandra H. . . . 


273 


Floyd. Mary Jean 


216 


Floyd. Reed Dixon 


273 


Flye. Paul William . , . 


303 


Flythe. Meredith D. , . 


303 


Fogle. Gordon Lee ... 


303 


Fogleman. Floyd M, . . 


273 


Fogleman. Harold Lee 


273 


Foil. Thomas A.. Jr. . 


303 


Fonvielle. Russell 


275 


Forbes. Amanda Pearl . 


273 


Forbes. Ede G. Hunning 






216 


Forbes. Jnhony Wavlon 




Forbes. Roger Wayne . . 


303 


Forbes. Wm Smith . . . 


2 17 


Ford. Anthony T 


216 


Ford. Lynn Denise 


303 


Ford. Helen Paula 


303 


Ford. Jo Ann 




Forehand. Jack C 




Forehand. Linda P 


30 5 


Forehand. Nancy J 


30' 


Foreman, Judith A 


273 


Fornash. Steve R. . 


247 


Fornes. Frances Jean . . . 


304 


Fornes, Jo Ella 


273 


Forrest. Haywood E,. Jr. 




Forrest. Lou Tina 


304 


Forrest. Louis P 


273 


Forrest. Wanda Tripp . . 


304 


Forrester. Vance P.. Jr. 


273 


Forsythc. Frederick C. . . 


273 


Forsythe. Gloria J 


247 


Foskey. Judy E 


273 


Foster, Chas Dean 


216 


Foster. Francis J.. Jr. . . 


273 


Foster, James B 


247 



Foster. Richard Hale . . 
Foster. Richard Wayne 

Foster. Sandra Jo 

Foster. Stephen C 

Foster. Sylvia Maie . 
Foushec. Beverly D. . . 
Foushee. Michael C. . . 
Foushee. Shirley Lynn 
Foushee. Sylvia G . .. 
Foust. Bonnie Leigh . . 
Foust. Steven Alan . . 
Fouts. Stefani Kay . . . 

Fowler. Donese S 

Fowlkes. James Selby . 
Fowlkes. Judith Ann . . 
Fox. Charles A . Jr. .. 

Fox. Minnie Sue 

Foy. Margaret Abbey . 
Foy. Richard Crawford 
Fracher, Gretchen A. . 
Francis. Walter Chas . 

Francis. Mary D 

Franklin. Benjamin N. 
Franklin. Eleanor J. .. 

Franklin. James T 

Franklin. John R 

Franklin. Pender L.. Jr. 
Franks. Donald Ray . . . 
Franks. Linda Dianne .. 

Eraser. Lee C 

Franz. Gaelynn Eliz . . . 
Frazier. Bmce Hart . . . . 

Frazer. Estella B 

Frazier. David Camden . 

Frazier. Phillip R 

Frazier. William III .. 
Freakley. Gwendolyn A. 
Frederick. Rosemary . . . 
Frederickson. Charles . . 
Freeman. Cynthia K. . . 

Freeman. Dan H 

Freeman. Gary Alan . . 
Freeman. John B.. Jr. . 
Freeman. Manlynne M. 
Freeman. Nancy Faye . . 
Freeman. Sheila Lynn . . 
Freshcorn. Jennifer L, . 

Freudig. Frank F 

Fner. Angela Jean 

Fritz. Ivey Jean 

Frye. Johnny Dale 

Frye. Michael Wray . . . 
Fryhover. Cynthia A. . . 

Fulbright. Janet E 

Fulcher. Dewey E 

Fulcher. Janet C 

Fulcher. Ronald L,. Jr. 
Fulghum. Janet Louise . 
Fulghum. Carolyn R. J. 

Fulghum. Nancy Gray . 
Fulghura. Robert L. . . . 
Fulk. Nancy Carol .... 
Fullenkamp. Barbara J. 

Fuller. John P 

Fulton. Norma J 

Funderburk. Frances F. 
Funderburk. Tera R. .. 
Fuss. Stephen P ... 
Fusscll. Robin Lane . . 
Futch. Robert S . Jr. . . 
Futrcll. Frances E, . .. 

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Gacomo. Kevin Joseph . 
Gaddis. Joseph S. . . , 

Gaddy. Gary L 

Gainey. Glenda Vivian 
Gainey. William K. .. 
Galantis. Koulla J. . . . 

Gall. Judith Ann 

Gallagher. Jere D. . . . 
Gallagher. Martha C. . 
Gallman. Vicki Mane 
Galloway. James M. . 
Galloway. Kenneth R. 

Galup. Mary Del 

Gamble. Anna Virginia 



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Gammon. Flora M. . , 
Ganey. Paul Hiram . . . 
Cans. Barry Fredrick . . 
Garbett. Earl W.. Jr. . 
Garcia. Bert Howard . . 
Card. Anne Frederick . 
Gard. Bettie Worth . , . 

Gard. Jerry T 

Gardner. Charles Dana 
Gardner. James Earl . . 

Gardner. Judith E 

Gardner. Peggy A 

Gardner. Thomas M. . 
Gardner. Vivian Alyce 
Garlow. Rebecca J. , , 
Garmon. Linda Faye . . 
Garner. Jerry Wayne . . 

Garner. Leona G 

Garner. Tula Kay 

Garrard. Anne Cooper 
Garrett. Gwyneth D. . . 
Garrett. John Willi.im , 
Garrett. Linda Joyce . . 
Garrett. Michael Reed , 

Garrett. Nancy C 

Garrett. Sandra Faye . . , 
Gams. Wm. Robert . . . 

Garnson. Barry W 

Garnty. Frances P 

Garver. Carol Ann . . . . 

Garst. James L 

Gaskey. Stephen G. . . . 
Gaskins. Michael E. . . . 

Gaster. Archie D 

Gaston. Robert L 

Gates. Gwendolyn D. . . 

Gates. Nancy E 

Gay. George Thomas, II 

Gee. John Franklin . . . . 
Geiter. Helen Leslie . , . 
Genois. Errol Karl ... 
Gentry. Mary Ann .... 

Genzardi. Leslie J 

George. Barbara H , . 



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Gerock. Donald 
Gerringe 



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Gibbens. Anne Carlile 

Gibbs. Mildred Jane . . 

Gibson. Carol Ann .. 

Gibson. Diane M 

Gibson. Herbert W. . . 

Gibson. Lenora Elaine 

Gibson. John Walter . 

Giddings. Barry M. . . . 

Cifford. Richard O. , 

Gift. Gregory A 

Gilbert. Donald Max . 

Giles. Beverly Jo 

Giles. Beverly Wood . . 
Gilger. Mary Maude . . 
Gill. Barbara Jeffres . . 
Gill. Helen Edwina . .. 
Gill. William S.. Ill .. 
Gillen. Will, am Larry 

Gilliam. Anne S 

Gillis. William J 

Gilmore, Kayc M 

Gimbert. John Wadcll 

Girvin. Ethel Carr 

Glass. Milton A.. Jr. . . 
Glosson. William W.. J 

Glover. Donna Irene . . . 
Glover. Julia Douglas . 

Glover. Richard A 

Gnau. Margaret E 

Goddard. Samuel L.. Jr. 
Godfrey. Sarah Ann . . . 
Godfrey. Milton E. . . . 
Godwin. Michael Allen 
Godwin. Pamela Connie 
G.idwin. Rose Marie . . . 
Godwin. Ruby Gwen . . . 
Godwin. Susan Vesler . . 



247 



304 



Goforth. Johnny M. ... 217 

Goings, Janie Sue 248 

Coins Alan Richard 274 

Coins. Frank Sloan .... 274 
Coins. Franklin W. . . . 217 

Coins. Fred T.. Jr 248 

Coins. Sherry Gail .... 217 
Cold. Rebecca Jackson . 217 
Coldfarb. Martin Jay , . 248 

Golding. Dianne 248 

Coldston. Donna Gayle 305 
Goldston. Mildred Ann . 248 
Golightly. Carol Ann . . 305 

Gollobin. Denise 305 

Gooden. Bernice Ann .. 305 
Gooden. Patricia Anne . 248 
Gooden. Wilbur Arthur 217 
Gooding. Eva May .... 217 

Gooding. Lucy .J 305 

Goodloe. Patricia Ann . 274 
Goodman. Brenda Lou . 274 
Goodman. Joyce Ann . . 274 
Goodman. Phillip L. . . . 305 
Goodman. Robert Arden 217 
Goodnight. Frank W. . . }05 
Goodpasture, Lora Ann 305 

Goodson, Robert L 274 

Goodson. Vickie L 305 

Goodwin, Joseph H. . . . 305 
Goodwin. Judith Gail . . 248 
Goodwin. Thomas Hoyle 

248 
Gordon. Cheryl Anne . . 305 
Gordon. Freddie B .. . 305 

Gordon. Frank N 305 

Gordon. Michael David 248 
Gore. John Solon. Jr. . . 274 
Gorges. Virginia Lee . . 248 
Gorham. Joan Renee . . 274 

Gorham. Stephen D 274 

Goss, Willie S 202 

Gottschalk. Virginia . . . 248 

Gould. Lindsey M 217 

Grabossski. Michael K. 274 
Grady. Patricia Ann ... 305 
Grady. Phyliss Marie ... 274 
Grady. Robert Vance . . . 305 
Graeff. Linda P 274 



Grahai 



1 Mori 



Graha 



305 

Abigail 274 

Graham. Gary C 217 

Graham. Janice R 2n 

Graham. Robert F.. Jr. 274 
Graham. Mitchell G. .. 248 

Grandolfi. Lynn Y 217 

Granger. Penny Marie . 305 
Grant. Diane Mane ... 305 
Grant. Joan Carol G. . . 274 

Grant. Linwood H 217 

Grant, Maicia Louise . . 305 
Grant. William F.. Ill . 305 
Grantham. Anthony Leo 274 

Gray, Carol Anne 305 

Gray. James Lenton ... 305 

Gray. Julia Faye 274 

Gray, Kenneth Lee .... 305 
Gray. Linda Dare ..... 305 

Gray. Merice A 217 

Gray. Sandra Fay 305 

Gray. William R.. Jr. . 305 

Graybeal. Betty Jo 274 

Green. Alton L .305 

Greene. Betty Gail 274 

Green. David M. Jr . . . 248 

Green, Linda Lou 248 

Green. Ervin T.. Jr. ... 305 

Green, Fred A 305 

Green, Joan Carol 248 

Green, Gary 274 

Green, Lisa 217 

Green, Michael W 305 

Green, Prentis Wright . 274 

Green. Ronald C 248 

Green. Sarah Edith .... 305 
Greene. Brenda Joyce . . 305 

Greene. Donald E 305 

Greene. James C 274 

Greene. Robin Elaine . . 305 



Gr, 



Ellen Ma: 



Gregg, GcmIJ B 
Gregg. Juhn Kevin 
Greg.iry, Alice G. 
Gregory. Alvin T. 
Gregory. Tynrhia 1 
Gregory. Djvid B. 



Jr. 



Gregory, William E- 
Greiner. Barry Lewis 
Grey. Michael Edwar 
Grteb. Bennert John 
Griffin, Brenda Kay 
Griffin. Carol Eliz 
Gnffin, Carolyn J 
Griffin. Ezra D . Jr. 
Griffin. John Chester 
Gnffin. Lucrelia K 
Griffin. Mary E. 
Gnffin. Judith C 
Gnffin. Patncia W. 
Gnffin, Virginia G 
Gnffin. William B, . 



Beati 
Jame 



Ma. 



Robert 
Grimes, Kathv Quinn 
Gnmes, Mary Perry , 
Grimsley. Jimmie R. , 
Grissom. Charles E. , 
Grissom. Janice Marie 
Gnssom. Kathenne C. 
Grissom. Martha N. , 
Groce. Richard Earl . . 
Grote. Judith Lynn . . 
Groves. Judy Lynne . 
Gmbb. Gerald C. Jr. , 
Grubb. Karen Dianne . 
Grubbs. John Wilson . 
Gudger. James F.. Jr . 
Guffy. Janice Faye , . 
Guilford. David James 
Guin. Mary Neal . . . 
Gulledge. Glenn S. , . 

Gulley. Cecelia Rene .. 

Gulley. Thomas L. 

Gunn. Mary Louise , . 

Gupton. Milton C. . . . 

Gurganus. Carrie Lin . 

Gurganus. Horace D. . 

Gurganus. Judy C 

Gurganus. Jena Lee . 

Gurganus. John H . Jr. 

Gurganus. Marcia A. . 

Gurganus. Patsy Joe , . 

Gurganus. Zelle W. . , 

Gurkin. Albert G 

Gurkin. Linda Faye , , , 

Curley. James Patrick . 



Gurl 



Ste' 



Gulley. Tony Karen , , 

Guy. Dan Miller 

Guy. Harry Douglas , , 
Guyan. William F . Jr, 
G»altney. Helen Kay , 
Gvsin. Mary Gertrude - 
Gwynn. Ruth Lee . .. , 



Hackman. Earl D 

Haigler. Gary L 

Haiky. Bonnie Drue . . 

Hailcv. Robert 

Haines. Sharon L 

Hairr. Laura Ellen ..., 

Haislip. Barbara B 

Hailh. Vondia B 

Haithc.ck. Bradford W. 
Hale. Allan Randolph ., 
Hale. Martha Ann , . . 

Hale. Paula Mane 

Hales. Mary Ann 

Hales. Patsy Elaine 

Haley. Donnie £ 



Hall. Don Belois . . 

Hall. Flavius B,. Jr. 

Hall. George L,. Jr. 

Hall. James Walter 

Hall. John Carroll 

Hall. Michael Alan 



Hall. Pan 



Sue 



III 



Hall. Rebecca D 

Hall. Robert Hayviood , 

Hall. Shelia Rae 

Hall.Thelma Eugenia . 

Hall. Thelma Kay 

Hall. William David , , , 
Halliburton. Jean L. . . 
Hallman. Carol Ann . . . 
Halyburton. Robert R. . 
Hamilton. Charles E. . . 
Hamilton. James Davis 
Hamilton. Judith Gwen 

Hamilton. Linda R 

Hamilton. Mary Louisa 
Hamilton. Michael G. . 
Hamilton. William Roy 
Hampton. Claude B.. 

Hamnett, Wm L . Ji 
Hammond. Alma Jeai 
Hampton. Janet Carol 
Hamlin. Betty Jean . 
Hammond. Jabez Dea 
Hanchey. Sandra Lee 
Hinchey. Clara Jean 
Hanchey. Sherri Lynn 
Hancock. Beverly Am 
Handlon. James Wm. 
Handy. Larry M. , . . 
Haney. Arthur John . 
Hanner. David C, , , 
Hansen. Linda Marie 
Hansen. Walfred J. 
Hanson. Kathleen , . , 
Harbin, Larry E 
Harbin. Veda Elaine 
Harcharik. Paul John 



Hardei 



Ed 



Hardee. Howard Eugene 
Hardee. Karl Wayne . . 

Hardee. Marion S 

Hardee. Martha C 

Hardee. Patricia Ann . . 

Hardee. William C 

Hardesry. Jerry T 

Hardin. Sharron Gale .. 

Hardin. Wanda D 

Harding. Elizabeth M. . 
Hardison. Clifton Lee . , 
Hardison. John B,. Jr . . 
Hardison. Donald S. . . . 

Hardison. Neal F 21 

Hardison. Jo Lynn 24 

Hardison. Thomas Wade 

Hardy, Donna Blanche , 1A 
Hardy. Harvey J . Jr , . . 27 
Hardy. Herman Arthur . 21 

Hardy. Jams Carol ,10 

Hardy. Laura Britt 50 

Hare. James Donald ... 21l 
Hargelt. Frederick W. . . 27 

Hargett. Linda Jane 27' 

Hargrove. Linda Faye . . 27: 

Harmon. Annie J 501 

Harmon. Gerald K 21' 

Harmon. William K. .. 211 

Harper. Charles M 2H 

Harper. Jeffrey S MM 

Harper. Joyce D 30( 

Harrel. Oscar Melvin .. 30f 
Hariell. Abbie Kay , . . 27; 

Harrcll. Addie (. 271 

Harrell. Bennett M. 
Harrell. Charlie R. . 
Harrell. Joseph Earl 
Harrell, Michael H. 
Harrell. Sandra Faye 
Harrell. Wm. Aycrs 
Harrell. Wm. Frazell 
Harrelson. Rita P. . . 



.506 



2 19 



irrill. James Scott 

irrill. Linda J 

irrington. Donna T, 
irrington. Harry D. 
rrington. Marion R, 



Alel 



1 Dell 
Belm. 



Harris, Barbara E. , . 

Harris. Betsy Helena . 

Harris. Dolores R. . . 

Harris. Donald Ray , 

Harris, Harry M 

Hams. Janice Esving . 

Hams. Jann Emily . . 

Harris, Julian C 

Harris. Keyma Donald 

Harris, Linda Ann ... 

Harris. Marcia Anne . 

Hams, Margaret E. . 

Hams. Manan M. . . 

Hams. Martha T. . . . 

Harris. Martha Winn . 

Harris. Mary Elaine . , 

Harris. Nancy Sue . . . , 

Hams, Rachel Carol . . 

Harris. Robert James . 

Harns. Sandra Faye 

Harris. Wanda Sue , - . 

Harnson. Anna K. . . . 

Harrison. Don J 

Harrison. Joan C 

Harrison. John L 

Harrison, Martha S. . . 

Harrison. Robert B.. Jr 

Harrison. Robert W. . 

Harnson, Ronald G. . . 

Harnson. Sally C 

Harnss, Donald M. , . 
Harriss. Judy Celene . . 
Hart. Alice Lee . , 
Hart. Jack Wayne . 
Hart. Wm. Fountain . 
Hartley. Patsy Diana . 
Hartley. Sherron B. . . . 

Hartness, Patsy C 

Hlrtsook. Ronald Lou , 
Haraood, Frances D . 
Harvey. Jean McNair . 
Harvin. Paul Rose . . . . 
Haskins. Charles A, . . 
Haskins, Richard P. . 
Hatch. Eliza Alice , , . . 
Hatcher. James Russel 
Hatcher. Linda Louise 
Hathassay, Sherry Ann 
Hatley, Guy Leonard . . 

Hatley, Wm, Loy 

Hauser. Denson. Gray . 
Hauser. Gary Snow 



506 



275 



306 

275 
219 
306 



Ha 



Barba 



Hawkins. John Oscar . 
Hawkins, John Richard 
Hawkins. Ruth E, 
Hawkins. William T. . 
Hawks. Nancy Morman 

Hayes. Arthur Lee 

Hayes Mavis Kathryn 

Hayes. Ralph S 

Haymes. Sandy S 

Haynes. James Walter 
Haynes. Mary C. 
Hayworth. Charlotte S, 
Hazelton. Billic P. , . . 
Hazelton. Jeffrey H, . . 
Hearn. Rebecca Sue . . 



Heai 



Louis 



Heath, Charles L 

Heath, Charles L, 

Heath. Helen 

Heath. Linda M 

Heath. Terry Earl . , 
Heavner. Daniel Lee . . 
Heckman. George H,. 

Hcdgecock. Elizabeth 
Hcdgcpcth. Andrew C. 
Hcdgepcth. Dctra Sue . 
Hednck. Willa I 



Hege. 


Oscar Kendall ... 2 


Hegy. 


Sandra Lee 2 


Heilbr 


iner. Barbara C. . 2 


Helms 


Caml Ann 5 


Helms 


Chailes D .2 


Helms 


Charles R. ... 2 


Helms 


Emma Lynn , , . 5 


Helms 


Hugh Douglas . 2 


Helms 


Jane Alexander . 2 


Helms 


Mildred Eloise . . 2 


Helms 


Rand.ilph M . . 2 


Hemphill. Donna Kay . 3 


Hempl 


ill. Emily E 2 


Hende 


shot. Anne L, 3 


Hendc 


shot. Claude A . 2 


Hende 


son. Daniel L. , , 2" 


Hende 


son, James W. . , 2" 


Hende 


son. Margaret A. 27 


Hende 


son. M.irris B . . 3C 


Hende 


s,.n. Walter. Jr . 5C 


Hendri 


cks. Matiory J. . 2 


Hendr 


cks. Walter F, . , 2 


Hendr 


X. Judy Gail .2 


Henne 


sey. John F 20 


Hen ret 


a. Sarah Eliz ... 30 


Henry, 


Patricia Gail ... 30 


Henry, 


Sandra Lee ..... 27 


Henry, 


Sara Virginia ..21 


Hensle 


. Charles E.. M . 3o 


Hensle 


. Sara Frances . . 2" 


Henson 


Gradv Mike ..30 


Hepler 


Shirley Ann ... 2- 


Herbst 


Glenn .Alien . . 50 


Hering 


Permelia C - . 2- 


Herhca 


Joseph R 27 


Herndi 


n. Barbara J ... 27 


HernJ. 


n. Martha F. . . . 50 


Hernd, 


n. Sherron Lou . 24 


Herod. 


n. Sidney M. . - 21 


Herrint 


. Donna Faye . . 5t 


Hcrnnt 


. James B . Jr. . 2" 



Hester, Brenda Vi.ila 
Hester. Celij 
Hester. Doris Faye 
Hester. Lorclta King 
Hester. Walter Leon 
Hester. Gordon M. 
Hewitt. Daniel A . J 
Hewett. Julia K. , , 



Hewc 



Hevc 


rick. Carol J 


Hiat 


. Ann Reyn.dds , , , 


H.bb 


tls. Pamela V, ... 


Hick 


ey. Th.imas D . . 


Hick 


nan. Samuel G.. Jr, 


Hick 


.k. Kathenne B. .. 


Hick 


. Billy Ring 


Hick 


. Ellen Irene 


Hick 


. Cieorge Thomas . 


Hick 


. Joel Thomas . . . 


Hick 


. Judith Lee 


Hick 


. Nancy Gail ... 


Hick 


. Royal Todd 


Hick 


. Terry Wayne . . . 


Hick 


.in. Anne ... 


Higg 


ns. Patricia A ... 


High 


Emma Carolyn . . 


High 


ower. Erwin A .. 


Hildebrand. Janet G. , . . 


High 


mith. Randy C. . 


Hign 


le. Ronald E 


Hildebrand. Mary K .. 


Hildi 


brand. Muhele A 


Hildr 


clh. Carolyn R. . . , 


Hill. 


Agnes f:ametta . . 


H.ll. 


I1..nna Lynn 


Hill. 


Erma Susan 


Hill. 


James F.. Ill ... 


Hill. 


J..el Thomas ... 


Hill. 


1-inda Mae 


Hill. 


I.inda Mae 


Hill. 


Michael Thomas . 


Hill. 


Nancy L..u,se .... 


Hill. 


Phyllis V 



Hill. Robert N..el 
Hill. Sammie Walter 
Hill. Willard Byron . 
Hilliard. Carolyn S. . 
Hilliard. Nancy F. . . 
Hillman. Ethel Anna 
Hilton. Joseph T.. II 
Hilz. John Francis . . 
Hines. .Samuel S. . . . 
Hinnant, Brenda Sue 
Hinnant. Ronald Lee 



307 



Hins, 



. Billy R.. Jr. 
, Cleo Patrici; 
, Gerald Thor 
. Linda Kay , 
, Nell Elaine 
, Walter Lee 
Jane Winnet 
Kenneth F. 



Linda Dale 
icock. Janice 



H|. 



en E. 



H.ibart. James R , 

H..bbs. Barrv E . , 

Hobbs. Benjamin C. .. 
Hobbs, Betty Jean . , , . 
Hobbs, Joycelyn R , , 
Hobgood, Rebecca S. . 
Hockemeyer. Larry W. 
Hockett. Douglas W. . 
H.icutt, Catherine J, , , 

H.jdge. J..hn E 

Hodge, Ruth Ann . 
H.idges, Betsey Lee . . . 
H.idges. Clarence C. Jr. 

H.iJKes. Nathaniel J. 
Hodgson. Hilda Sue . . 
Hoell, Henry W.. Jr .. 
H.iell. Judy Lame .. 
Hoffman. Nancy Jane 

Hofler. Bernice R 

Hogg. Donald Gourlay 
Hogg. Oakley W.. Jr . 

Hoggard. James F 

Hoggard. Nancy Ruth . 
Hohing. Carol Anne . . 

Hoilman. Eddie T 

Holcombe. Clifton. Ill 
Holder, Deborah Lou . 
H.ilder. Frederick A. . . 
Holder. Rebecca Mae . . 
Holland. Dianne Mane 
Holland. Frances .J . , . , 
Holland. Han-ey C. Jr . 
Holland. Jo Kathryn ... 
Holland. Nancy Hunt .. 
H..lland. Mary Claudia 

Holland. Kathryn D, .. 
H..lland. Steven Paul .. 
H.illand. Timothy Dale 
Holland. Wm Doyle . . 
Hollar. Margaret Ann . 
Hollidav. Dennis H . Ir. 



Holliday. Linda Ann , 
H.illiday. Mylinda' K. 
Holliday. Nancy G. . 
Hollimon, Janet Maru 



Hollii 
H.illo 
H.illo 
H.ill,, 



:sworth. Peggy . . 
ian. Carolyn J. . . 
an. Joseph John 
ay. Robert E. .. . 
ell. Glona Ann . 
Joseph F. Jt .. 



Bardei 



Holt. Jai 
Holt. La 



D, 



Homme. Laura Kathryn 
H.indros. Pete Arthur . . 
H.ineycutt. Car.il Ann . 
H.ineycutl. Car.ilyn L. . , 



11.1 



cycutt 



G.. Jr, 



H...>k, Marilyn S. 



487 



■ >. n,i>ie Eileen . 
i: . .-,. Hamid T. , , . 
;i U. Wineale Alan 
H :ci. Di..na Ellen . 
.■-■ .^pvr. Nancy Eliz ., 
Il<,.>t, Martha Phyllis . 
H.ols. Mary Li>uisc . . 
Hope. David Phillip . . 
Hopkins. Barry Paul . . 
Hopewell, Gloria J. , . 
Hopkins. Linda Carol . 
Hora. Johnny Michael 
Hornaday. Stephen H. 

Home. Donald E 

Home Jo Anne 



Hunt. D.ivid M , , 

Hunt, Hilda Dunne 

Hunt. John Elliott . 

Hunt. Joseph R. . 

Hunt. Mamie Louise 

Hunt. Mitchell Lee 

Hunt. William E. . 



Hun 



Fran 



Lou 



aid L. 



Janit 



277 



Horton. Brenda Dijn 
Horfon. Euphalia O. . 
Horton. Georee F. . , . 
Horton. Patricia A, . 
Hoskins. Louise C. . . . 
Housh. Robin Zemp , 
House. Beverly Sue . 
House. Connie Jeanne 

House, Joanne 

House. Trillis Gail . . . 
Houser. Hilda Gail . . . 
Houston. Francis B. Jr. 
Houston. Josephine A. 
Howard. Beniamin F. . 
Howard. Brenda Lou . . 
Howard. Edna Grace .. 
Howard. Eleanor R. . . 
Howard. Marion ]. ... 
Howard. Thomas R. .. 
Howell. John Michael 

Howell. Judith A 

Howell. Steven E 

Howerton, Betsy Gayle 
Howerton, Linda Lee . . 
Howerton, Ovelia Kay 
Howie. Meredith A. . . 

Howitt. Robert B 

Howland. Mary Va . . . 
Hruslinski. Eleanor M. 

Hubbard. Linda P 

Hubbard. Sharron L. . . 
Hudgins. Edward A. Jr. 
Hudson, Brenda Merle 

Hudsan. Byron Ann . . 
Hudson. Gary Michael . 
Hudson, Linda Joe . . 
Hudson. Melvin Ray ... . 
Hudson. Steve Wayne . . 
Hudson. William M. . . . : 
Hudzinski. Michael E. . : 

Hucy. Sylvia Lee : 

Huey. William Ira .... : 
Huff. Ernest Y. Ill .... : 

Huff. Pamela Jo : 

Huffines. Sandra Kay . . : 
Huffman, Robert L. Jr. : 
Huffman. Teresa Ann . 
Huffman. Terry Dean . : 
Hughes. Constance L. . . ; 
Hughes. Jack David . . . ; 
Hughes. John Edwin . . . ; 

Hughes. Nettie Sue ; 

Hughes, Patricia L ; 

Hughes. Vicky Wallace ; 

Hulka, Kathryn A ! 

Hummel, March Lynn , ; 
Humphrey. David L. ... = 
Humphrey. Martha Doby 

Humphrey. Mari' Lou . .= 
Humphrey. Robert L; . . 3 
Humphrey. Walter E. . . : 
Hungate. Kenneth W. . . 3 

Hunnicutt, Etta P 2 

Hunniecutt. Joseph W. 2 

Hunniecutt. Sara S 2 

Hunnings. Hazel Marie 2 

488 



Hunter. Mary Beth . . 
Hunter. William Jame 
Huntley. Larry Don . 
Hurley. Ralph Nelson 
Hupfer. Barbara Ann 
Hurdle. James R. Jr. . 
Hurwitz. Matthew L. 
Hussey. Dorothy Anne 
Huste, Karen Diane , 
Hutchings, Walter R 
Hutchison, Arthur W. 
Hute. Juanita Jean ... 
Hutson. Jan Michelene 
Hux. Deborah Sue . . . 



lacona Charles J 250 

Ingram. Donald W. . . . 277 
Ingram. Ellen Elvira ... 277 

Ingram. Henry P 277 

Ingram, Sandra Kay ... 221 

Ipok. Ina Faye 211 

Ipock. Julia A. Willis . . 221 

Irons. Gay 2S0 

Irvin. James Ronald ... 277 

Irvin. Stephen Ross 308 

m-in. Nancy Eliz 221 

Isley. Sarah Vivian .... 308 

Isley. Samuel Lee 308 

Isner. Robert B. Ill 250 

Ivey. Frances Kay 277 

Ivey. James Raton 308 

Ivey. Joanne 308 

Ivey. Linda Eileen 277 

Ivey. Margo Zorado ... 308 



Jackson. Emma Jean ... 
Jackson. Floyd Austin . . 
Jackson. Gloria Jean . . . 
Jackson. John K. Jr. ... 
Jackson. Mack Douglas 
Jackson, Linda Sue .... 

Jackson, Joseph V 

Jackson, Mary Donna M. 
Jackson. Michele A. ... 
Jackson. Virginia E. , . . 
Jacobs. Betty Eudora . -. 

Jacobs. Fred Alton 

Jacobs. Sylvia Ann .... 

Jacobus. James I : 

Jaffe, Allen : 

James, Carolyn Ann . . . ; 
James, Gahlon Haines . 
James. Cherie Frances . : 
J.ames. Cheryl Anne . .. i 

James, Harriet H : 

James, Lawrence A, ... : 
James. Nancv Elizabeth 

James. Mary Lynn , , , : 
Janes. Margaret Lee . . ; 
Januzelli. James P. Jr. . ; 
Jard. Marjorie Helen ... ■ 
Jarman. James M. Jr. . . ; 
Jarman. Patricia Ann . . : 
Jarman. Patricia D. ... ! 

Jaronczyk. Robert J 3 

Jayroe. Donald W 2 

Jayroe. Emma Kay .... 2 

Jedlicka. Gaiy R 3 

Jedny. Susan Grace 2 

Jeffers. Wm. Ralph ... 3 
Jefferson, Gravely T. . . 3 
Jeffries. Diana Gail .... 3 

Jeffries, John S 2 

Jeffries, Paula C 2 

Jenkins, Alberta 2 

Jenkins. Charles R. ... 2' 



Jen 


;ins, George P. . 


. . 309 


Jen 


kins, Harry Edward . 250 


Jen 


kins. James R. . 


. . 309 


Jen 


kins. Lydia Ann , 


. . 309 


Jen 


kins. Martha J. . 


.. 277 


Jen 


kins. Robert C. . . 


. . 277 
. . 309 


Jen 


kins. Hattie E. .. 


Jen 


kins. Margaret D. 


. . 309 


Jen 


kins, William T. 


.. 277 


Jen 


nings. Irving T. J. 


R. 


Jen 


iin.K. David H. 




Jen 


lings. James A. . 


. . 221 


Jen 


ette. Brenda C. - 


.. 250 


Jern 


igan. Linda E. . . 


. . 277 


Jem 


igan. Sara Beth . 


.. 309 


Jsse 


e. Gaylan Lynn . 


. . 309 


Jess 


up. Fay Elizabeth 


. . 277 


Jess 


up. Frances Sue . 


. . 250 


Jess 


up. Janet Elaine . 


.. 277 


Jess 


up. Myra Frances 


.. 309 


Jilcott, Margaret T. . 


.. 250 


Joh 


ison. Ashely Allan 


. 221 


Joh 


son. Carol Diane 


.. 250 


Joh 


son, Carol E. . . . 


.. 309 


Joh 


son, Catherine I. 


. . 251 


Joh 


son. Cullcn O. . . 


. . 251 


Joh 


son, Curtiss W. . 


.. 277 


Johr 


son, Cynthia D. 


. 277 


Joh 


son, Cynthia Gail 


. 277 


Johr 


son. David R. . 


. 221 


Johr 


son. Ethel Elaine 


. 309 


John 


son. Ernest F. Jr. 


. 277 


Johr 


son. Frances Kay 


. 221 


Johr 


son. Jack William 


. 277 


John 


son. James A. . . 


. 277 


John 


son. James R. . . 


. 309 


John 


son, Janice Kaye 


. 277 


John 


son, Janice Rose 


. 251 


John 


son, Janie Diane 


. 277 


John 


son, Janie L, . . . 


. 221 
. 221 
. 251 


John 




.lohn 


son. Joseph Wm. 


John 


son. Judith M. . . 


. 309 


John 


son. Lemmuel 0. 


. 309 


John 


son. Laura L. . . . 


. 309 


John 


on. Laurie Va , 


309 


John 


son. Lynn Marie 


. 251 


John 
John 


son. Mariha E. . 
on. Mary L. . . . 


. 309 


John 


son. Michael H. 


. 309 


John 


on. Michael J. . 


. 277 


John 


on. Patsy Ann . . 


. 251 


lohn 






John 


on. Rose Lee . . . 


. 509 


John 


on. Shirley F. . . 


. 309 


John 


on. Steven }. ... 


. 251 


John 


on. Terry Roger . 


. 277 


John 


on. Trudy Ann . 


. 277 


J.hn 
John 


on. Willard L. Jr 
ton. Bruce Wm. J 


309 


John 


ton. Franklin B. 


. 222 


John 


ton. Julie G 


. 251 


John 


ion. Lollie M. .. 


. 277 


John 


ton. Thomas G. J 


309 


John 


ton Wm. Morton 




Jolly 


Betty K 


. 277 


Jolly 


Robert Edward . . 


. 309 


Jones 


Alan Lee 


509 


Jones 


Barney W. Jr. . 


309 


Jones 


Bettie T 


251 


Jones 


Beverly Mae . . . 


309 


Jones 


Carole Lynn . . . 


251 


Jones 


Carolyn M 


309 


Jones 


Carol Ellen .... 


277 


Jones 


Cercsy K 


251 


Jones 


Cora Dianiie . . . 


251 


Jones 


Donald Gray . . . 


251 


Jones 


Edward L. Jr. . . 


309 


Jones 


Donnie Hue III 


309 


Jones 


Ella Violet .... 


509 


Jones 


Genus Robert . . 


277 


Jones 


Helen Frances . 


309 


Jones 


Jane Phillips ... 


222 


Jones 


Jane Phillips ... 


251 


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. Julia Gayle 

, Kathryn Lee 

, Kay Frances ... 222 

, Kenneth C. Jr. . , 309 
Lalon Estelle , , . 309 

Laurie Ann 251 

Leslie Eayre 277 

Lillian Tucker . . 222 

Linda Lee 251 

Linda Ruth 277 

Lindsay Earl ... 251 

Lynn L 277 

Lynne Hope .... 251 

Mary Lynn 251 

Maxie Ray 309 

Melville W 509 

Michael D 277 

Millard Brent 251 

Mona Berniece . . 251 

Nancy Eliz 309 

Otis Lee 277 

Pamela Lynne . . . 309 
Patricia Ann 251 



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Jones. Rudy Michael ... 277 

Jones. Sandra Joyce 277 

Jones. Sharon Ann .... 30S 

Jones. Shirley E 309 

Jones Sue Kathryn 278 

Jones. Sue Tallman .... 222 

Jones. William R 222 

Jones. William S 278 

Jordan. David M 309 

Jordan. Larry Mack .... 222 

Jordan. Marcclla J 309 

Jordan. Rosemary 278 

Jordan. Ted Daniel 309 

Jordan, William H. Jr. . 278 

Jorgensen, Janis 278 

Jorgensen, Layne W. .. 222 

Jordan. Victoria 309 

Jordan, Yvonne Gail ... 309 
Jordon, Thomas Bryan . 309 
Joyner. Anne Hardee ... 222 
Joyner. Clinton C. Jr. .. 278 

Joyner, Dons 251 

Joyner, Dorothy Jean .. 251 

Joyner. Ethel C 278 

Joyner. Ellen Gail 222 

Joyner. George M 278 

Joyner. Jane Long 251 

Joyner. Judith Ann .... 203 
Joyner. Judith Ann .... 251 

Joyner. Mary C 222 

Joyner. Maurice C. Jr. . 309 

Joyner. Nancy B 309 

Judson. Fredrick D. . . . 310 
Judy. Norma Joan . ... 278 

Julian. Carol 278 

Justice. John P 310 

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Kachmer. Michael J. .. 310 
Kale. Karen Elizabeth . 278 
Kaminski. Eliz Lee .... 278 
Kannjn. Carolyn Lee ., 310 
Karpovich. Arthur A. . . 278 
Karolich. Wm. John ... .278 



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Katsias. da 

Katzen. Lior 

Kay. Beverly Anne . . 

Kaylor. Aillene ST. .. 

Kaylor, Robert Wayne . 

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Kearney. Richard t. . . . 

Kearns. Rebecca V 

Keating. Camilla E, . . . 

Keal Frestel B 

Keel. Rufus Vanoy 

Keen, Sandra Carole . . . 

Keene, Jessie M 

Keener. Worthy Klutz . 
Keeter. Kermit K. Jr. .. 
Keeter. Sidney G. Jr. . . 
Keever, Judith Ann .... 
Keener. Melinda Lou. . . 



Keiber. Robert John . 

Keir. Richard M 

Keith. Winston Ryan 
Kellam. Jo Anne ... 
Keller. Lauren C. , . . 
Kelley. Frances Ann . 
Keller. William R. Jr. 
Kellum. Linda Kaye . 
Kelly. Ann Elizabeth 
Kelly. Jerry Mack . . . 
Kelly. Mary Patricia . 
Kelly Virginia Reid . . 
Kelsay. Michael C. . . 
Kemp. Donald R. . . . 
Kemp. Wm. Beniamin 

Kendrick. Nancy L. . 

Kennedy. Cynthia Ann 

Kennedy. Joyce C. - . . 

Kennedy. Linda Kay - 

Kennedy. Margaret A. 

Kennedy. Patricia Lee 

Kennedy. Richard B. . 

Kennedy. Ruby Carol 

Kennerly. William R. 

Kennington. Samuel R 

Kent. Carol Ann 

Kepley. Jewell E 

Ketlin. Robert B 

Kern. Daniel Richard . 

Kerns. Wanda Faye . . . 

Kershaw. Lee Allyson . 

Kesler. Timothy B. . , . 

Ketcham. Ronald R. . . 

Key. Hilda Jane 

Key. Mickey Geraldine 

Kidd. Harold Junior . . 

Kidd. Wm. Jerome . . . 

Killgo. James L. Jr. . . 

Killian. Mary Garrert . 

Killian. Paul W. Jr. .. 

Killough. Russell L. .'. 
Kilpatrick. Gweljolyn . 

Kilpatrick. Hallie Su . . 
Kilpatrick. Mary Eliz . 
Kimball. James D. Jr. 
Kime. Teresa Kay . . . . 
Kimsey. James Robert . 
Kincaid. Billy Forest . 
Kincaid. Thomas L. Jr. 
King. Alice Rooker . . 
King. Anne Gayle . . . . 
King. Ann Louise .... 
King. Beverly Louise . . 
King. Carlton W. Ill . 
King. Donna Kay . ... 

King. Gary Lee 

King. Kelly Stuart .... 

King. Connie Sue 

King. Michael John . . 
King. Nadine Vivian .. 
King, Pamela Michele 
King, Ray Wilson . ... 
King. Rebecca S. Bland 
King. Thomas Henry . , 
King. Walter Clyde ... 
Kingree. Richard A. . . 
Kinlaw. Linda Pearle .. 
Kinney. Kenneth Byron 
Kinsey. Ned March ... 
Kinsey. William H. . . . 

Kinzie, Michael A 

Kirby, Carol Ray 

Kirby, Diane Long 

Kirby. Mary Louise . . . . 
Kirk. Betty Joyce . . . . 
Kirkland. Judith A. .. 
Kirkman. Robert Lee . . 
Kirkpatrick. Sandra G. . 

Kiser, Linda Jo 

Kitchin, William M. Jr. 

Kitchens. Rodney M. . . . 

Kittrell. Mary H 

Kivert, Barbara B 

Kivett, Herman H. Jr. . 
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Knight, Cnrnelia B .. . . 
Knight. Harry P. A. . . . 
Knieht. Janice Gayle . . 

Knisht. Joan A 

Knight. Michael O. ,. . 

Knntt. Mary Ann 

Kni.ght. Wayne Stanley 
Knowles, Glenda E 
Knox. Linda Mane . . . 
Knox. Phyllis Tilman . . 
Koch. Deborah Anne . . 
Koehler. Robert Allen . 
Koselraan. Marilyn D. . 
Kohrs. Susan Patricia . . 
Kohler. Pauline Ann . . . 
Kolacz. Mary Kalherin . 
Koonce Ann Mallard . . . 
Koonce. William J, Jr. . 
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Kornegay. Jane T 

Kornegay. Sarah P 

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Krimminper. Tamara A. 

Kuhn. Nancy Louise . . . 
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Laffon. Patricia J 

Laffiteau. Dorothy E. . . 
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Lai. Robert 

Lambert. Connie Kaye . 

Lambert. Jane A 

Lambert. Linda M 

Lambeth. Ben Avery . . . 

Lamm. David C 

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Lancaster. Diane S 

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Land. Jan Elaine 

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Langlcy. Rebecca Ann 

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Lilly, Ralph Lee 311 

Lilly, Samuel Blair ... 253 
Lincoln, Jane Erehart , . 22 1 
Lindfelt, Robert Ira .... 280 
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Lindsey, William H. , . . 253 
Lineberry, Alice M, , . 311 
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Lingle. Jacqulyn R 280 

Linko. Brenda Sue 280 

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Linville. Roger A, II 311 

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Lisenby, James D 311 

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Livengood, Larry E. . . . 280 

Lloyd, David R 280 

Lloyd, Gene E 311 

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Locko, George Allison . 280 
Lofato. Paul Joseph ... 280 
Logemann, Ernest V. . . 253 

Long, Allen Taylor 280 

Long, Charles Elliott . . 280 
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Long. Emily Faye 253 



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280 



Long, Margaret Ann ,,, 311 
Long. William F, Jr, ,, 280 
Longo, Pamila Ceil . . 253 

Long. Sylvia Anne 311 

Lord. Dale Susan 224 

Lorenz. Patricia Ann ... 255 
Losee. Carol Ann , . , 255 
Louis, James Russell .., 311 

Love. Lynda Gaye 221 

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Lowder. Robert Louis , 280 
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Lowe. Thomas Maurice 280 

Lnx. Karen Anne 221 

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Lucas. Anna Eliz 311 

Lucas. Elizabeth B 22 1 

Lucas. James Calvin . , 280 
Lucas. Marvin Barnes ,. 312 
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Lugani, Barbara A , , 
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Lupton, James Edmont 
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Macioroski. Sandra L, 
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Mahler, Rebecca Loui- 
Makemson, John Cha 
Malinsky, Michael A. 
Mallard, Harry C, Jr. 
Mallard, Vivian C. . 
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McCoy, Carlcis Mangel 
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McDonald. Linda D. . . , 

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McDuffie. Linda I 

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McGarty. Fred De 

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McGill. Joan Evans 

McGrnty. Corliss M. . . . 
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McGlohon. Millie 

McGowan. Joanna K. . 
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McKecl. Ashley Gene . 
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McKelvey. Dennis G. . . ; 
McKcnzie. Ellis June . . ; 

McKinley. Patti P ; 

McKinney. Anita Ellen . ; 
McKinney. Ann Hale . . ; 
McKinney. Linda Lee . . : 
McKinney. Michael J. . 1 
McKinnon. Jeannette H, 

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McLamb. Harry C. Jr. . 2 

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McLeod. Su2anne 3 

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Measamer. Sylvia A. H. 

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Medinger. Patricia A. . . 
Medlin. Rebecca Ann . . 
Medlin. Rodney Marvin 

Medlin. Thomas E 

Medin. Tony Larry .... 
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Mceks. Joseph B. Jr. . . 

Mcginnis. Sylvia J : 

Melasky. Jane Ellen . . . : 
Melnikov. Carol Rita . . ; 

Melson. Kay Sue : 

Melton. Barbara Ann . . ; 

Melton. Judy Ellen ; 

Melton. Gloria Alice 
Melton. Woodrow D. Jr. 

Melton. Sylvia Sue ." 

Memolo. Danny Ray . . I 

Menefee. Wade W. Ill . 2 

Mercer. Judy Francine . 2 

Merchant. Ted Hughes . 3 

Merrill. James F. Jr. . . 2 

Merritt. James F 2 

Merrill. Kenneth Alan . 2 

Merritt. Frances D 2 

Merritt. Linda E 2 

Merritt. Selby Paige 2 

Merritt. Terry Lee 2 

Messer. William B 3 

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Miller. Donald Curtis 
Miller. Elton Gray . . 
Miller. Gilbert Carl . 
Miller, Jane Eliz . ... 

Miller. Janice R 

Miller. Mao- Lee ... . 
Miller. Mary Louise . 
Miller. Robert Chris . 
Miller. Robert D. . . . 
Miller. Susie Lynne . . 
Miller. Tamea Ann . . 
Millinder. Amy Ruth 
Mills. Barbara Jean 
Mills. Brenda Gail .. 
Mills. Dorothy Electa 
Mills. Edwin G, Jr. . . 

Mills. John D 

Mills. Michael W. . . 
Mills, Sammy Ray . . . 
Mills. Sandra Sue ... 
Mills. Thomas Ward . 



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Mims. Sandra Stouall .. 
Mingus. Donna Rae . . . . 
Minton. Charles Ellis . . 
Mintz. Car7 Michale . . 

Mintz. Ruth Olive 

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Misenheimer. Tony Ray 
Mitchell. Bingham Jr. . 
Mitchell. Coy Wayne .. 
Mitchell. Frederick P. . . 

Mitchell. Gerald A 

Mitchell. Joan Leigh ... 

Mitchell, Paul C 

Mitchon. Katherine E. . 
Mitchum. William D. Jr. 

Mizell. Linda Louise ... 
Mizell. Nancy Gail 

Carolyn S. ... 

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M.xon. Pamela Kaye 
Mobley. Barbara Jame 
Mobley. Franklin D. . 
Mobley. Linda Lou . . 
Mobley. Nettie Maxin 
Mobley. Ronald W. . 
Mock. Charles Glenn 
Modlin. Mary Caviness 
Moldin. Richard F. . . 
Modlin. Sandra Anne 
Moeschl. James G. . . 
Mohorn. Bentley J. . . 
Mohn. Frederick H. . 
Molloy. George A. . . 
Monds. John Perry . . 

Monk. Sidney R 

Monroe. Orville N. . . 
Monroe. Ted Lee .... 
Montakhab. Kay R. . . 
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Montgomery. Patricia . 
Montgomery. Rebecca J 
Moody. George Mike 
Moody. Lloyd Ray . . . . 
Moody. Richard John . 
Mooney. Charles F. . . 
Moore. Barbara Ann . . 
Mooneyham. Jeral L. . 
Moore. Brenda Joyce . 
Moore. Cary Donald . . 
Moore. Cynthia D. . , . 

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Moore. Dorothy Carol 
Moore. Jacqueline A. . 

Moore. James G 

Moore. Janet Taylor . . 
Moore. John Alan . . . . 
Moore. Kate Hamlin . 
Moore. Linda Joyce . . 

Moore. Linda S 

Moore. Linda Ruth . . 
Moore. Mary Brown . . 
Moore. Mary Eliz ... 

Moore. Merrill C 

Moore. Patricia Sue . . 
Moore. Phoebe Maria . 
Moore, Rebecca Lee .. 

Moore. Rexford J 

Moore. Robert McLean 
Moore. Robert Wayne 

Moore. Ronald J 

Moore. Samuel S. Jr. . 
Moore. William Claren 
Moorefield. Arthur W. 
Moorefield. Eric Kaye . 
Mooring, Steven Foy , . 
Moreland. Anthony E. 
Morgan, Gloria Lynne 
Morgan. Marion M. . . 
Morgan. Mary Sue . . . 

Morlan. Steven C 

Morphis. Carey Noel . 
Morris. Barbara Jane 

Morris. Billy W 

Morris. Everett L. Jr. . 

Morris. George R 

Morns. Imeldia Kae . . 
Morris. Jane Arlene . . . 

Morris. Judy Lynn 

Morris, Linly G 

Morrisette Peggy 

Morrisette. Stephen C. . 
Morrisette. Susan L. . . . 
Morrison. Donald G. .. 
Morriss. Sarha Eliz ... 
Morrow. John Michael 
Morse, Jeanne Ann .... 
Mortime-. Margaret- V. 
Morton. Barbara L. . . . 
Morton. Patricia Ruth . 
Morton. Randy M 



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Moser. Kathy Louis . , . 
Moseley, Mary Lorena 
Moseley. Ronald Wayne 

Mosley. Archie T 

Mosier. Wm. Hinnant . 
Moses. James Kenneth . 
Moynihan. Robert C. Jr. 

Mountcastle. Dennis W. 

Mountcastle. Sallie V. . 

Mowen. Jill L 

Mowry. Ronald Francis 
Moynihan. Robert C. . , 



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Moyer. Cynthia Jean . . . 314 
Moye. Peggy Annette .. 255 

Moye. Louise H 314 

Moyer. Lynda Jane .... 255 
Mueller. Jonathan H. . . 255 
Muir. Frank Fielding .. 314 

Mull. Gary Ray 203 

Mullaly. Charles F. Jr. 226 
Mullen. Reginald Oris . 314 
Mullins. Mary Beth ... 255 
Mullins. Walter Earl . . 226 
Mumford. Emma V. . . 226 
Mumford. Janice M. . . . 282 
Munford. John Wilson . 227 

Munns. Phillip E 282 

Munroe. Cynthia L. . . . 314 
Murchison. David C. .. 314 
Murchison. Gary D. . . . 315 
Murchison. James A. .. 315 
Murdock. Jerold Paul . . 227 
Murphy. Ethel Elaine . . 315 
Murphy. Frances A. ... 282 
Murphy. Hcrschel G. . . 255 
Murphy. Ian D. Jr. ... 282 
Murphy. Randall L. . . . 283 
Murphy. Susan Ellen .. 315 
Murray. Brenda Dale . . 283 

Murray. John B 283 

Murray. Michael Lee . . 315 
Murray. Stephen R. . . . 255 
Musgrove. Sandra Faye . 283 
Musser. Glenn Earl Jr. 315 
Murshcell. Wayne M. . 283 

Myers. David 315 

Myers. Donald Ray 283 

Myers. James Wilson .. 315 
Myers. Margaret Lee ... 315 

Myles. Decker J 283 

Mylum. Jane 255 

Myrick. Judith Anne ... 255 

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N^il. Janice 315 

Nalepa. Arlene Marie . . 315 
Nance. Alpha Nelson . . 283 

Nance. Linda Gail 283 

Nance. Mary Camilla . . 277 
Nance. James Allen ... 315 

Nance. Judy Ann 315 

Nance. Marsha Ann ... 315 
Napowsa. Cheryl J. . . 283 

Narron. Samuel R 255 

Nash. Catherine E 283 

Nash. Donna Kay 315 

Nash. John Charles ... 283 

Neal. Arnold C 315 

Neal. James Patrick ... 255 

Neal. John Edgar 255 

Neal. Malinda Lee 283 

Neal. Susan Colleen ... 283 

Neece. Rebecca H 227 

Neal. Patricia Ann 227 

Neely. Fulton R 255 

Neely. Carl Eugene Jr. . 315 

Neely. Patricia A 227 

Neill. David Collins ... 227 
Neill. Terrie Fritts .... 255 
Nelms. Donald Moore . 283 

Nelms. Linda Gail 283 

Nelson. Edna Edwards . 315 

John Wm 315 

Josephine T. . . 315 
John Brooks . . . 315 



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Nettles. WillLim M. . . 255 
Neville. Dorothy Ann . . 203 
Newbern. Anthony E. . 255 
Newberry. Larry W. ... 315 
Newbold. Gregory S. .. 315 

Newcomb Jo Ann 255 

Newell. Rosemary 283 

Newkirk. Emily W. . . . 283 

Newman. James B. Jr. . 227 

Newman. Linda Lee ... 315 

Newman. Thomas Lee , , 283 

Newman, Walter C. . . 283 

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Newton. Billy Ray , . 

Newton. D.irothy L. . 

Newton. Johnny L. Jr. 

Newton. Margaret S. 



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Newton. Samuel C 

Nicholds. Gary Albert . 

Nichols. Hugh V 

Nichols. Johnny Mack . 
Nichols. Nancy Anne . . 

Nichols. Randy M 

Nichols. Stephen C. . . . 
Nichols. Wilson S. Jr. 
Nicholson, Barbara G. . 
Nicholson. Brenda Kay . 
Nicholson, Judith Ann . 
Ninraann. Benny Emil . 

Niparts, Herbert 

Nisbet, William L. Jr. . 
Noble. Eunice Gwen 

Noble. Joan C 

Noble. Judy Carol 

Noble. Leonard Wm. Jr. 

Nobles. Lottie Kay 

Noe. Janet MacDonald . 
Noell, Catherine C. . . . 

Noffz. Mary Kay 

Nolan, Russell E. Jr. .. 
Nolan. James Collins . . 
Nolan. Sandra Louise . . 
Norfleet. Martha V. . . . 
Norfleet. Norman Lee 
Norfleet. Janet Averi . . 
Norman. BiUie Ann . . . 
Norman. Billie Gail ... 
Norman. James Ronald 
Norman. June Carol . . . 
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Norris. Ralph Esmond 
Norris, Ronnie Lynn . 
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North. Hugh Davis . . 
North. Rebekah S. . . . 
Northcott. Donald R. 
Northcutt. Donna L. . 
Norwood. Charles L. . 
Norwood. Victoria A.. 
Nunes. Terry Elaine . . 

Nunn. Carlyle W 

Nunn. Larry Richard . . 
Nutter. Sandra Lee . .. 



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Oakley. Jessie Fannit 
Oakley. Rebecca F. . 
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Ober. Bobby Scot . . 
Oberholtzer. Trena L 
Obrecht. Dawn V. 
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Odham. Pamela G. . . 
Ogburn. Katharine L 
Ogeary. Clifton Earl 
Ogle. Sherry Loretta . 

Oldham. Alvis.L 

Oldham. Brenda Marie 

Oleary. Harriet E. . . . 

Oliker. David Wm. . 

Oliver. Alice Ann .... 

Oliver. John M. Jr. . . 

Olliff. Martha C. ... 

Olsen. Helen Dec . . . . 

Olsen. Linda Lee 

Olsen. Richard P 

Olson. Carole V 

Olson. Marcia Lynn . . 
Olver. Eric Thomas . . 

Omara. Elizabeth Anne 

Oneal. Harry Reams . 
Oneal. Helen Frances . 
Oneal, Susan Beth . . . 
Oquinn, Roberta Faye . 
Orchard. Hays William 
Ordess. Mark Sherwood 
Orem. Kirk Douglas . . 
Ormand. Robert Adrian 

Ormanel. Shelor B. 

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Orr. Richard Wayne . 

Orton. Clifton B 

Osborne. John \V. . . . 

Oshields. Mae Ota 

Osteen. Julia Glad«Tn 

Ott. Betty Jo 

Outland. Rudolph B. Ji 

Outlaw. D.anna Mane 
Outlaw. Edythe Maye . 

Outlaw, Shirley S 

Overby. Donald \V. . . . 

Overcaih. Eric M 

Overcash. Michael R. , 
Overman, David S. . . . 
Overman, Jessie Anne . 
Overs, Patsy Ann .... 
Overton. Anna Rebecca 
Overton, Anna Sheryl . 
Overton. Becky Harris 
Oyerton, Bobby E. . . . 
Overton, Charles III . 
Overton, Dolly Nelson 
Overton. Helen \V. . . . 
Owen. Linda Carol . .. 
Owen, Patsy Dean . . . . 
Owen. Ray NX'ayne . . . 
Owen, Reeta Elza ... 
Owens. Linda Gray . . 
Owens, Stephen Lee , 
Owinss, Jane Alan 
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Pace. Charles Ernest . . . 

Pace, Joseph B 

Pace, Nathan A, Jr. .. . 
Paden, David Edward . . 
Paderick. Effie Grace .. 
Padgett, Diana Gail . . . 
Padgett. Robert G. Jr. . 
Pagan, Vernon Rodney . 
Page, Ashley Mark .... 

Page, Carol Ann 

Page, Catherine Rae ... 
Page, Donald W. Jr. . . 
Page. Marcia Susan . , , 

Page, Mary Stuart 

Page, Patricia E 

Pait. Julia Ann 

Pallowick, Wm. John . . 
Paolantonio, Mariann .. 
Papale, Michele Anne . 
Paramore. Kenneth Ray 
Parham. Naomi Annette 

Pathara. Michael J. 
Park, Allen Joe III ... 
Parker. Anne Cooper .. 
Parker. Brenda Caiol . . . 
Parker. David James . . . 
Parker, Jacqueline H, , . 
Parker, John Quinton , . 
Parker, Linwood H. . . . 
Parker, Margaiet L. . . 
Parker, Mary Louise . . . 
Parker, Richard F. Jr. . 

Parker, Salli Jane 

Parkci, Tniha E 

Paiker. Violet E 

Parker, \X'm. Moms . . . 
Parkerson. Donna Lee , 
Parks, James Johnson . . 
Parks, Matcia Adele ... 
Parmcnter, Dennis D. . . 
Parnell, Frances Kaye .. 
Panish. Donna Jean . . . 

Parrish. Hazel J 

Parrish, James W 

Parrish. Keith Ray 

Parrish. Ronald Terry . . 

Parrish, Sylvia Ann 

Parsons, Pamela S 

Paitin, Phillip Lee 

Panin. Thomas L 

Partridge Ann Brooks . . 
Parvin, Mary Ann . 
Pascarosa Wm. Joseph . 
Pasquaiicllo, Daniel ... 

Passamnnle. Fred J 

Pasternak. Andiew F. . . 

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Pate. Fletcher J 

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Pate, Tommy Baxter . 
Patrick, Ann Maria . . 
Patrick. Joseph E. . .. 
Patterson, Betsy Hope 
Patterson, Linda M. . 

Patton. Rosa V 

Paul, Jay Richard . . 
Paul. Jerry Lynn . . . 
Paul, Rebecca Lewis 
Paxlon. Donna Anne 
Payne. James Eldred . 

Payne. Lu Ann 

Payne. Roger Lee . . . 
Payne. Sandra Rosa . . 
Peacock. Betty Ann . . 
Peacock. Nancy R. . . 
Pearce. Anne E. . . 
Pearce. Carol Ann , . 
Pearce. Judy Rae , . 
Pearce. Lucretia Gale 
Pearce. Roy Nelson , . 
Pearson. James White 
Pearson. Phillip B. . . 
Pearson. Vertis C. . . 

Peed. Harry Jr 

Peel. Linda Sue 

Peele. Bonnie Louise 
Peele. Douglas T. . . . 

Peele. John R 

Peele. Michael Allen 
Peele. Rose Mary . . . . 
Pelletier Laura P. . . 

Pelt. Alice Kaye 

Pendergraft. George L. 
Penfield. Nancy Sue . 
PenlanJ. Barbara Anne 
Penley. Richard Gales 
Pennington. Julia E. . 
Penry. Mallie Bennett 
Pentz. Archie Perry . . 
Perdue. Doyle Calvin 
Perkinson. James E. Jt 
Pcrkinson. John L. . . 
Perrell. Wm. Ronald . 
Pern-. Charles W. Jr. 

Perry, Donald H 

Perry. Joan Gregory . 
Perry. Joyce Marie . . . 
Perry. Mary Louise . . 
Perry. Nancy Carolyn 
Perry. Roscoe 
Perry. Virginia L. , , . 
Perry. William R. , . . 
Peters. Michael S. . . . 
Peterson. Margie Ree 
Peterson. Pamela Gray 
Peterson. Roy James . 



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Pfaff. Howard R 

Pfalf. Shirley Ann , . . 
Pharo. Adrian George . 

Pharr. Carrie D 

Pharr. Clarence C. . ,. 
Phelan. John M. Jr. . . 
Phclan. Rita Rogers . . 
Phelps. Charles Ed Jr. 
Phelps. Harriet M. . . . 
Phelps. Willis Bonner . 

Phibbs. Roy Earl 

Philbeck. Edward D, .. 
Phillips, Baxter F. . . . 
Phillips. Annette E. . 
Phillips. Donald B. . . . 
Phillips. George W. Jr. 

Phillips. James H. . . . 
Phillips. Jerri Lynn . . . 
Phillips. Johnny Roy . . 
Phillips. Larry Wayne 

Phillips. Mary J 

Phillips. Tony Cray . 
Philyaw. Michael C. . 
Phipps. Gary James . . 
Pickard. Donna Lee . .. 

Pickett. Gerald F 

Pierce. Cynthia Ann . . 
Pierce. Donna Paige .. 
Pierce. Hal Warren . . . 
Pierce, Jimmy G. Jr. . 

Pierce. Judy Gray 

Pierson. Mar/one L. . . 
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Piner. Carolyn F 317 

Piner. Saundra Gale . 317 

Piner. Sherry Diane . .. 317 

Piniaha. Grace 317 

Piper. Margaret R 317 

Pipher. Charles K 317 

Pipkin. Linda C 317 

Pipkin. Preston D. Jr. . 284 

Pitt. Judith Ann 284 

Pitt. Ronald Charles ... 284 

Pitt, Wade L II 256 

Pittard, Beverly J 256 

Pittard, William D 285 

Pittillo Cherie G 317 

Pittman. Arthur T, III . 285 

Pittman. Faith Eliz ... 228 

Pittman. Gurncy Ed Jr. 228 

Pittman, Harold Henry . 256 

Pittman. Irving K 228 

Pittman. Ivey Harold ... 228 

Pittman. James Lynn . . 317 

Pittman. Larry Dale ... 285 

Pittman. Mary Irene ... 317 

Pittman. Ronald W. ... 317 

Pittman. Sherrill Kay .. 317 



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Pitts. Margaret L. . . . 
Puts. Patricia Ann . . . 
Piver. Thomas A. . , . 

Plaster, David P 

Piatt. Valerie Jane . . 
Plummer. Elizabeth A 
Pless. Clement. E. Jr. 
Plemmons. Linda S. . 
Poffenbaugh. Patsy A. 
Pogue. Lamora Joy . - 
P.indexter. Sally L. . 
Pollard. Delphia B. . . 

Pollard. Emily J 

Pollard. Larry Cordon 
Pollard. Nancy E. . . . 
Pollett. Raymond A. . 

Pollock Hamish 

Pullok. Virginia C. . . 
Poole. Alice Carol . . . 
Poole. Marjorie M.ie . 
Poole. Patsy Hellon . 
Foot. John Richard . . 
Pope. Braxton Branch 
Pope. James Shuford 
Pope. Robert W. Jr. . 
Pope. William P. ... 
Popow. Michael E. Jr 
Popwell. Sheila Jean . 
Porasuphatana. Tinrah 
Porter. Jack Homer . . 
Porter. Michael W. . . 
Porter. Narcis Lynn . 
Posey. Michael Owen 
Potter. Chen Lynne . . 
Potter. Cynthia A. . . . 
Potter. Joshua Ed Jr. 
Potter. Patricia M. . . 
Powell. Donna Gale . 
Powell. Frances Ann . 
Powell. James M. ... 
Powell. Jay William . 
Powell. Robert L. Jr. 
Powell. Sue Grey ... . 
Powers. Brenda Sue . . 
Powers. David Alton . 
Powers. Ralph T. Jr. 
Powers, Vernon C. Jr. 
Pralhcr. Angela K. . . 
Precythe. Jane W. ... 
Prescott. Irvin F. Jr. . 
Presley. Wm, Earnest 
Presnell. Sherry A. . . 
Pressley. Charles C. . 
Preyelte. Richard L. . 
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Price. Carolyn M 

Price. Edwina I 

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Quinlivan, Michael J 
Quinn, Elizabeth Ann 
Quinn, Robert W. 
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Roberson. Sandra R. .. 
Roberson. Tommy E. . . 
Roberts. Adrian R. Jr. . 
Roberts. Berkley C. Jr. 
Roberts. Billy Blake . . . 
Roberts. Bobby Earl . . . 
Roberts. Grace Adams . 
Roberts. Herman C. . . . 

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Roberts. Terrell Ray . . . 

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Roberts. Thomas 

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Roberts. Virginia L. . . . 
Roberts. Walter F, Jr. . 
Roberts. Winston E. ... 
Robertson. Bernard P. . . 
Robertson. John W. . . . 
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Rogers. Phyllis Kelly .. 

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Rogers. Wm, James . .. 
Rogers. William Max . . 
Rogers. William P. . . . 

Rogcrson. Ellen 

Rogerson. William R. . 

Rolade.. Sherron E 

RoUin. Howard M 

Rollins. Donna Gail . . . 
Rollins. Linda D 

492 



Romano. Bruce Anthony 

Roper. Eunice Fay 

Roper. Gregory Lane . . 
Roper. Katherine W. . . 

Rose. Carl Ray 

Rose. Jo Anne 

Rose. Linda Ann 

Rose. Margaret Ann . . . 

Rose. Randy Kieth 

Rose. Rebecca Jane 

Roseman. Paul M. Jr. . 

Rosen. Susan Faye 

Rosenblum. Marilyn , . . 

Rosier. Douglas B 

Ross. David Steven .... 

Ross. Frances M 

Ross. Frederick C 

Ross. Gary HurdI 

Ross. Henry A. Jr 

Ross. Holly M 

Ross. James Owens .... 

Ross. Lannie Ruth 

Ross. Nellie Ruth 

Ross. Patricia Ann .... 

Ross. Phyllis P 

Ross. Roger Dale 

Ross. Wanda Gail 

Roth. Howard R 

Roth. John Richard 

Rott. Rebecca Ruth 

Roughton. Edgar G. . . . 
Rountree. Annie M. ... 
Rountree. Bessie Ann . . 
Rountree. Ruthellen . . 



Frank 



Rou 



•. Frances M. ... 
Rouse. Louie L. Jr. ... 
Rouse. Walter Arthur . 
Rousso. Steven Barry . 
Routh. Linda Moore . . 
Rowe. Claiborne C. Jr. 
Rowell. Cecelia Jane .. 
Rowell. Patricia Ann . 
Rowland. Floyd M. Jr. 
Rowland. Myra Susan . 
Rowsey. Garland L. Jr. 
Royal. Ann Lyvette . . . 

Royal. Willa J 

Royalty. Anne Eliz . . . 

Rublein. Walter J 

Ruby. Carol Louise . . . 
Rudd. Miniver Ann . . 
Ruddick. Gregg C. . . . 

Rudisill. Darrcll 

Ruffin. Earle S 

Rufty. James W. Jr. . . 
Ruffin. Michael F. . . . 
Rullman. Denetia E. .. 
Rumbley. Margaret S. , 
Rumley. Carolyn Ward 
Rush. James B. L. Jr. 

Russ. Stuart Hall. Jr. . 
Russell. Charles F. . .. 
Russell. Linda Faye . . . 

Russell. Mary Lee 

Russell. Jo Ann 

Russell. Robert F 

Ruth. Betty Brown 

Rutledge. Delwin A. . . 
Rutledge. Fred Allen . . 
Rynearson. Robert D. . 



abo. Kenneth M 286 

afrit. Richard W :58 

aiecd, Daniel R., Jr. .. 286 

aine. Cynthia Ann .... 319 

aleeby. Virginia L. . . . 319 

alenius. Howard G. . . . isn 

alisbury. John S 319 

alles. Donna Jean 286 

alter, David Charles . . 319 

amplcs. Brenda R 319 

anders, Betty Louise . . 319 

andcrs. Pamille Anne . 320 

anders. Shelby I 320 

anderson. Ed Wallace . 231 



Sanderson. Gary D. . . 
Sanderson. John R. . . 
Sanderson. Linda Jean 
Sanderson. Sandra C. . 
Sanderson. Thomasine 
Sandifer. Joanna E. . . 
Sanford. Ada Betsy . 
Sanger. John Samuel 
Sansom. Sherian W. . 
Sapp. Sharon Kay . . . 
Sargent. Frances L. , . 



Lew 



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Sasscr. Mary Catherine 
Sasscr. Paul Lehman . 
Satchell Lou Edwin . . 
Satterfield. Benton E. 
Satterfield. Jerry W. . 
Satterfield. Robert D. 
Satterthwaite. Hattie . 
Sauer. Robert Louis . . 
Sauerbier. Rosemary T 

Saul. Carol Ann 

Sauls. Mary Cooper - 
Sauls. Tony Ray . . . 
Saunders. Alice P. . . . 
Saunders. Freddie . . . , 
Saunders. Jane D. . . . 
Saunders. Jonnie Lou 
Saunders. Ronald L. . 
Saunders. Stephen D. 
Saunders. Theodore F. 
Savage. Jackie Lou . . 

Sav.,ge. Linda P 

Savin. Judy Elizabeth , 
Sawchuk, Sheryl Lea . 
Sawyer. Brenda Phibbs 
Sawyer. Brenda Sue . . , 
Sawyer. Eula Frances . 
Sawyer. Sophie S. . . . 
Sawyer. Kathryn Ann 
Sawyer. Miriam E. . . . 
Sawyer. Patricia Ann . 

Sawyer. Philip R 

Sawyer. Sophie S 
Scaff. Barbara Anne . . 
Scales. Judy Anne ... 
Scarborough. Judith S. 
Schafford. Jo Ann . 
Schecter. Roger N. . . . 

Schavio. Carl J 

Schlegel, Gary Lee . . . 
Schlick. Elizabeth P. . 
Schmeer. Susan Kay . . 
Schmidt. Richard G. . 
Schmidt. Robert W. . . 

Schnurr. Paul F 

Schoener. Richard A. . 
Schrum. Paul M,. Jr. . 
Schnim. William L.. Ji 

Schwab. Janet Ann , . , 
Schwartz. Bonnie Lee . 
Schwertfeger. Jay P. . . 
Scoggin. Charles B. . . 
Scoggin. Lucy Anne . . 
Scoggins. William B. . 

Scott. Donald G 

Scott. Francis Kay . . . . 

Scott. James R 

Scott. Judith Ann .... 
Scott. Paul Dubois . . . 

Scott. Virginia E 

Scovil. Margaret S. . . 
Scruggs. Cynthia L. . . 
Scruggs. Linda Diane , 
Scruggs. Mitzi Lee . . 
Scruggs. Roy Billy. Jr. 

Scull. Sheryl 

Scurry. Sharon Gail . . 
Seagle. Dennis George 

Sealy. Sharon Sue 

Seaman. Barbara S. . , 
Seaman. Joyce Margart 
Searcy. John Daniel . 
Sears. Judith Ann . . , 
Seaton. Nancy Eliz . . 
Seawell. William D. . 
Sechrist. Richard O. . 
Sedgwick. Linda L. . . 



258 



Seay. William M .... 
Self. Helen Leslie . .. 
Seigler. Marie Louise 
Selling. Margaret C. . 
Sell. Clegg E.. Jr. . . 

Sellers. Emily C 

Sellers. Joseph T.. Jr. 
Sellers. Michael Glen 

Selph. Jeffrey L 

Sergeant. William A. 
Serotta. Barbara Lee . 
Serra. Michael A. . . . 
Serrins. Joan Elaine . 
Setaro. Teresa Ann . . 
Sctliff. Deborah Anne 
Settle. David Marion . 
Setzer. Douglas A. . . 
Seward. Steven C. . . . 
Sexton. Connie Ann . 
Sexton. Emily Gray . 
Seymore. Carolyn Ann 
Seyraore. Jo Ann .... 
Seymour. Jane Floyd . 
Shallant. David E. . . . 
Shamel. Joe Franklin 
Sharp. Charles S.. Jr. 
Sharpe. Linda Faye . . 
Shaw, Clyde T.. Jr. . . 
Shaw. Coy W.. Jr. . . 
Shaw. Elizabeth G. . . 
Shaw. Kenneth W. . . 
Shaw. Martha Harriett 
Sh.iw. Wm. Douglas 
Shcarin. Ava Jane . . 
Shearin. Ava Jane . . . 
Shearin, Earl O., Jr. 

Shearin. Ellen T 

Shearin. Gerry Wells 
Shearin. James K. . .. 
Shearin. Lynn Ridley . 
Shearin. Susan Gayle 
Shearin. Sylvia D. . . 
Shearin. Verna Dene 
Sheehan. Deborah Lee 
Sheffield. Jerry H. . . . 
Shell. James A.. Jr. . 
Shelton. Bennett Dodd 

Shelton. Ralph P 

Sheldon. John Wm. , 
Shepherd. John F. , . . 
Sheppard. Carolyn J. . 
Sherman. George I. . . 
Sherman. Jo Alison . . 
Sherman. Mary Lucy . 

Sherrill. Lee S 

Sherrill. Marilyn E. . . 
Shew. Janice Elayne . . 
Shields. Sheilah E. ... 

Shields. David S 

Shockley. Barbara L. . 
Shore. Karen Hale . . . 

Shore. Zetta Gay 

Shotkey. Sandra Mae . 
Short. Harold Milton . 
Shue. Charlotte Faye . 
Shumate. Katherine E. 
Siegfried. Ronald Ray . 

Sigmon. Reba D 

Sikes. Ann 

Sikes. Paul L,. II 

Silance. Hilda Leigh . 



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AIn 



Mai 



Simmons 


Betty Anne . . 


Simmons 


Beulah P. . . . 


Sinmions 


Donald Kent 


Simmons 


Frances L. . . 


Simmons 


Mary Carroll 


Simmons 


Roderick A. . 


Simmons 


Sarah C 


Simmons 


Stephen M. . . 


Simmons 


Sondra Gail . 


Simpson 


Algie B 


Simpson 


Barbara Ann . 


Simpson 


Alta B 


Simpson, 


Donald W. . . . 


Simpson 


Linda C 



Simpson. Richard B. - 
Simpson. Mary France 
Simpson. Reginald M. 
Simpson. Walter S. . . 
Sims. Beverly Eugenia 
Sinclair. Duncan H. 
Sineath. William P. . 
Singleton. Diane E. . 
Singletary. Millard S. 
Sink. Larry Bruce . - . 
Sitton. Howard T.. Jr. 
Skapik. Tanya Lea . . 
Skerry. Barbara A. . . 
Skeen. Thomas H. . . 
Skibbe. Kathleen R. . 
Skiles. Marvin Dale . 

Skiles. Susan 

Skinner. Joan Carol . 
Skipper. John G.. Jr. 
Sklar. Toby Michael . 
Slaughter Eric A. . . 
Slaughter. James L. Ji 
Slaughter. Ruthie E. 



Ka 



Sloan. Millard F.. Jr. 
Sloan. Sharon G. . . . 
Sloath. Sondra Anne . 
Small. Anna Louise . 
Small. Eliz Carol . . . 
Smallwood. Bernadine 
Smith. Albert G,. Jr. 
Smith. Alethia J. , .. 
Smith. Annie Mildred 
Smith. Barbara Ann 
Smith. Barbara N. . . 



nth. 



■enda Ca 



Smith. Brenda Kay 

Smith. Brenda Lanette .. 

Smith. Brenda Lee 

Smith. Carol Jean . . , . 
Smith, Cecelia Lynne . . 
Smith. Charles W.. Jr. 
Smith. Charlie Kent ... 
Smith. Clarence A.. Jr. 

Smith. Connie V 

Smith. Curtis D 

Smith. Cynthia D 

Smith. Cynthia Gwynne 

Smith. Darrell Lee . ... 
Smith. Dolores Ann . .. 

Smith. Doyle Reid 

Smith. Durham Holt .. 
Smith. Elbert D,. Jr. .. 

Smith, Elsie Hope 

Smith. Emma Claudia . 

Smith. Emmett G 

Smith. Evelyn Patrice . . 
Smith. Francis E.. Jr. .. 

Smith. Gail C 

Smith. Gene StanciU . . . 
Smith. Gerald Graham . 
Smith. Glenda Joyce . . 
Smith. Henry Allen . . 
Smith. Jack Belvin .... 
Smith. Jacqueline K. .. 
Smith. James Larry .... 
Smith. James Norns . . 

Smith. Jane Iris 

Smith. Janice Eliz 

Smith. Jean Anne 

Smith. Jefferson Lee ... 
Smith. Jerry Ralph .... 
Smith. Joan Rochelle .. 
Smith. John Jordan .... 
Smith. John Martin. Jr. 

Smith. Joyce Ann 

Smith. Juanita M 

Smith. Judy Lewis 

Smith. Kandice Lynn ... 
Smith. Kenneth Howard 
Smith. Kenneth Wayne 
Smith. Lannis Eugene . . 
Smith. Lanny Oscar . . . 
Smith. Lawrence Allen . 

Smith. Linda Faye 

Smith. Linda Lee 

Smith. Marcia P 



tte 



Smith. .Marland B. 
Smith. Man- France 
Smith, Mary Louis 
Smith. Michael E. 
Smith. Nancy M- 
Smith. Palsy Gayl. 
Smith, Nancy Ruth 
Smith. Pesey Luci 
Smith. Phillip Ray 
Smith. Ralph Russe 
Smith. Rebecca Jam 
Smith, Rhoda Jeane 
Smith. Robert Mar%-in 
Smith, Sally Annette 
Smith, Saundra Kaye 
Smith. Scan Purcell 
Smith, Sheila Oakley 
Smith, Steven B- - , 
Smith, Steven B. . 
Smith. Susan Kay . . , 
Smith. Svlvia Kathrvn 
Smith. Thomas E. 
Smith. Timothy Kent 
Smith. Vicki Diane , 
Smith. Warren B. . , . 
Smith. William H.. Ji 
Smithsoss'. Hersey Jo 
Smithttick. Shirley G. 
Smothers. Jeanne Dale 
Snavely. Robert Grant 
Snead. Daniel C . 
Snell. Carroll Austin . 

Snipes. David B 

Sniteman, Stephen B- 
Snow. Edwin Craig . 
Snu,eES, Frances C, . . 
Snyder. Donald F. . . . 
Snyder. Morris E. . , , 
Solomon. Michael E. 
Soltys. Michael A . 
.Sorrcll. Anne Mane 
Southall. Phyllis D. . 
Southerland. Anthony 
Southerland. Fred J. 
Southerland. James D. 
Southerland. Kathryn 
Southerland. Richard . 
Southerland. Sandra L. 
Soxard. Royal Preston 

Spain. Hilda G 

South.eatc. Thomas F. 
SpanRler. Evelyn L. . . 
Spano. Barbara Ann . . 
Sparger. Frederick J. . , 
Sparks. Marfiarct L. . . 
Sparrow. Diana Jo .. 
Sparrow. Stephen VC' . , 
Sparrow, William C. . 
Spears. Lynda Lee . . 
Spears. Martha Burns . 
Speas. Ann Hants . , . 
Speckman. Mark C, . . 
Speight. John Lewis . . 

Speir. Rawley G 

Spence. Andrea K 

Spence. Cristie Anne . . 
Spence. Kcifford D. . . 

Spence. Ronald I 

Spencer, Johnny \Vm., . 

Spencer, Phyllis A. . , 
Spencer. Ronald D. ,. . 
Spithaler. Dariene D. , 
Spitzer. Michael G. , . 

Spivey. Susan B 

Spivey. Thomas Barry . 
Spoon. Rena Jane .... 
Spragins. Elmo Dale . . 

Spragins, Linda C 

SpringeU. Nancy L . 
Springs, Eleanor Anne 
Sprinkle, Melindi Ann 
Spruill. Constance T. . 
Spruill. Karen Sue , . 
Spniill. Mary Kay ... 
Stadiem. Sara Betty . . 
Stafford. Grace Ann . . 
Stafford. Patricia J. . 
Stafford. Shcrti T 



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321 



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Stainback. Brenda Lou 
Staley. John A . Jr. 
Slaley. Linda Lee . 
Stalker. Sharon E . . . 
Slallings. Barbara D. 
Stallincs. Dewey Abb 
Stallings, Edna Mae . 
StJllings. Linda C, 
Stalls. James Kenneth 
Stalnaker. Susan E, , 
Stamps. Susan Byrle . 
Stancil. James C, 
Stancil. Sue Anthony , 

Standahl. Jerry J. , . 
Stanfield. Robert F. . , 
Stanley. Cynthia Sue . 
Stanley. Frances Ann . 
Stanley. Judy Ann . . . 
Stanley. Nancy Y. , . 
Stanley. Phyllis Kay .. 
Stanley. Ruby Jane . . . 
Stanley, William T. . . 
Stansbuo-. Nancy M. . 
Staples. Dennis Shaw . 

Starke. Linda D 

a H .. 



Starling. CI. 
Starling. Linda Sue 
Starnes. Michael H. 
Steadman. Judith C. 
Steadman, Nancy L, 
Stearns, Dale A . , 



289 



235 



Steed, Wm. Pagi 

Steele. Ann Harris 28'; 

Steele. Ritchie Dare . . . 2.33 
Steeley, James Ernest .. 259 
Stcgall. Marshall H. . . . 522 

Steinberg. Jay R ;p-l 

Steinberg. Miriam R. . . .122 
Steinberg. Bruce A, ... .322 

Stem. Sandra E 3:2 

Stephens. James Lynn . . 322 
Stephens, Jennings W, 259 
Stephenson. Gloria E, . , 253 
Stephenson, James T. . 255 
Stephenson, Jane P. . , . 235 
Stephenson. Jerome B. 522 
Stephenson. Susan E. . 522 
Stephenson. Sandra C. . 253 
Stephenson. Thomas P, 2S9 
Stephenson. Willard G. 289 
Stevens. Glenda Sue . , 289 

Stevens. Judith D 522 

Stevens. Pamela Ann . , 522 
Stephenson. Vivian R. . 522 

Stewart. Donald A 255 

Stewart Jo Ann 259 

Stewart. Joan Grace ... 253 

Stewart. Sandra 3:2 

Stewart. Thomas A, ... 235 
Stinagle. Janice Eliz ... 259 
Slinson. Wesley Ray . . 259 
Stith, Laurence A. Jr. 

253 

Stith. Phillip E 259 

Slockdalc. Dennis 1 201 

Stockner. James Irven . . 259 
Stockton. Douglas M. . 289 

Stoken. Edward J 289 

Stokes. Dennis A 259 

Stokes. Ella Grace 213 

Stokes. Frances Noble . 253 
Sloltz. Cecelia Kay .289 

Stone. Sara Patricia .... 322 

Stone. Susan A :\} 

Stortcr, Jeanne Lou 231 

Stott, Gayle Jordan , . . . 289 
Stott. Thomas Carlylc ,. 251 
Slovall. Marilyn G. . . . 522 
Stovall. Thornton. Jr. . 259 

Stowe. David Lee 322 

Stowe, Hugh Mason ... 259 

Strain. Robert D 322 

Straw bridge. Martha B.. . 289 

Straw n. Bobby M 522 

Street. Susan Jane 289 

Strickland. Charles E. . . 322 

Streifel. Lome Jo ,;2 

Strickland. Arnette ... J22 



Strickland. Eddie H. . . 522 

Strickland. Gwendolyn . 322 

Strickland. Joseph H .. 3:2 
Strickland. Linda D. .211 

Strickland. Louis E 289 

Strickland. Nan W 289 

Strickland. Peggy R B. 211 

Strickland. Marilyn L 522 

Strickland, Robert D. , , 122 

Strickland, Rudy C 289 

Strickland, Mildred J, , 259 
Strickland, William A. 

Stnckland, Will.itd B. . 522 

Stringer. J.imes R 122 

Stringfellow. Donald ... 289 
Stroud. Cynthia Ann ... 289 
Stroud. Lawrence A. . . . 522 

Stroud. Larry C 322 

Stroup. Wm, Robert ... 259 
Strupp. Judith Elaine . . 289 

Stuart, Cynthia L 322 

Stubbs, Clyde Van 289 

Stubbs, Colon Patrick . . 259 
Stuckey. Charles W. . , 289 
Study. Neil Thompson . 259 
Sturm. Sarah Anna ... 289 

Sturz. Carle Joe 201 

Stutts. Barney W.. Jr. . 259 

Styron. Esther K 122 

Sryron. Patricia K 289 

Sugg. Donna Troy .... 259 

Suggs. Lennie J 525 

Suggs. Phyllis Gail .... 52 3 
Sullivan. Coleman N, .. 325 



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Sulln 



Linda Faye 
Sullivan. Mary I. . . . 
Sullivan. Nelda Fay . 
Sultan, John Robert . 
Summerfield, David 1 



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Brenda W 

Nellie B 



Sun 



Sumpter, 
Sumrell, 



Paula Ai 
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H. 



olyn J. . . 
Sundholm. Marjory- Ann 

Surles. Billie Ruth 

Surlcs. Gayle O 

Surles. Hugh Sexton . . . 
Surratt. Joel Allan .... 

Surrett, Dale C 

Sutliff. John A. Jr. ... 

Sutter. Robert Roy 

Sutton. Alton J . Jr 

Sutton. Charles T 



325 



SutI 



Estelle 



289 
52 5 
52 3 
32 5 



Sutton, Frederick I. 
Sutton, Joanna E 
Sutton, Mary L . , 
Sutton. Sandra Kaye 
Sutton. Sherviood R. 
Swain. Clifford Wad 
Swain. Teresa Carol 
Swan, Dorothy Ann 
Swan, Sallie Ruth . . 
Swann. Jerry Normar 
Swanner. Charles P. 
Swaney. Larry B. . . . 
Sweat. George Lewis 
Swartzlander. Jeanne 
Sweat. George Lewis 
Swiggett. Linda G. . 
Swindell. Thelma Ka 
Swink. Kenneth W, 
Swinson. Allen S. . . 

, Amos Hardy . 

, Barbara A. . . 
Sykes. Felix Jack. Jr. 
Sykes. Jonnie Ellen . 
Sykes. Patricia Ann . 
Sykes. Robert Lee. Jr, 
Sylvester. Toni S. . . 
Symons. Kathryn M. 
Synnestvedt. Kurt . 



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Tabor. 
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Tangil. Bruce Jos 
Tant. ( laudia Iret 



Tart. Joyce Britt . 


12 


Tart. Paul D 


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Tart. Paula Ann ... 




Tart. Rose Annette . 




Tate. Linda Dianne . . 


28 


Tale. Linda Randolph 


28 


Taylor. Alma Wright 


. 26 


Taslor, Bonnie Kay 




Taylor. Bonnie Rose . 


, 2S 


Taylor. Charles E.. Jr 


20 


Taylor. Pijnna Lou . . 


28 


Taylor, Donnie Ray , 


12 


Taylor. Fmilv Diane 


28 


Taylor. James Charles 


21 


Tavio,, Linda Ann . . 


. 29 


Tavlor. John A . Jr. . . 




Taylor. Linda Ann ... 




Taylor. Linda Ellen , .. 


26 


Tavlor, Linda C 


12 


Taylor, Lee R , Jr, ,,, 


,, 


Taylor, Muriel S . . 




Taylor. Peggy Jean . . . 


26 


Taylor. Richard W. . 


12 


Taylor. Susan Anne . . 


29 


Tavlor. Vernon O. . 


26 


Taylor. Terence G. 


20 


Taylor. William C. . . 


,s. 


Taylor. Vickie Cheryl . 


1: 


Teague, Joan Ray .... 


291 


Tcaguc. Kenneth L . . 


29r 


Tcigue, Larry Thomas 


23 


Teague, Wm. Richard 


291 


Tedder. Lea Anne . 


32 


Teel. Pennic Earl . 




Teel. Lee Roy 




Teel. Patricia Joan ... 


291 


Teer. Robert D . Jr. .. 


2 34 


Tcer. William S 


211 


Teeter. Jane Blair 


?6I1 


Teeter. Jeffrey Q 


290 


Teitclbaum, Charlcne . 


260 


Temple. Brenda Gayle 


12 5 


Temple. June Faye . . . 


121 


Temple. Kenneth R. . . 


121 


Temple. Landon S . Jr. 


211 


Temples. Rodger D, , , . 


211 


Terpenning. Marsha J 


211 


Terrell. Benjamin T. , 


200 


Terrell. Brenda Lynn . , 


,,„i 


Terrell. William I . Jr, 


211 


Terrv. Margaret L 


200 


Terry. Martha Jean W. 


121 


Tesh. Bennie F-. Jr. . . 


260 


Tesh. Kay Frances , . . . 


121 


Tetterton. Augusta R ,. 


Ml 


Tetterton. Barbara L. . , 


521 


Tetterton. Linda L 


290 


Teu. Mary Margaret . . . 


211 


Teuteberg. Sarah L. . . 


290 


Tew. Alva Catherine . . . 


121 


Tew. ( arolyn Allen , ,. 


211 


Tharrington, Donnie E. 


26(1 


Tharrington. James D. . 


215 


Tharrington. Margaret . 


290 


Tharring.on, Norman A. 




Thanlon. Dennis Edgar 


290 


Thaxlon. William L. .. 


12 5 


Thayer. Nancy S 


32 3 


Thigpen. Frances Kaye . 


260 


Thigpcn, Juanita W. . . 


521 


Thomas. Anne Kirk ... 


290 


Thomas. Carolyn Jem 


290 


Thomas. Edna Corey ... 


215 



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. Marsha Lee O. 235 
, Nancy Carol , 255 



, Rachel 290 

Richard P. . . 235 
, Sandra Mane , 260 
, Stephen Adair 235 



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Betty Kay , . 
Cathy Ann . 
. Donald Hull 



Hubert W,. Jr 



Thompson 


Lindj L. . 


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Thompson. Sarah N. . , 
Thompson, Wallace E, 
Thompson. Wm. Larry 
Thompson, Winfield L, 



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Thornburg. Brenda J, , 
Thorne, Edwin John .. 
Thome, Frances D, , 
Thornton. Mildred J. , 
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Thori 



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Micha 



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Thurston. Carole R, 



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Tillett, Robert C 

Tillev, Edna A 

Tilley, Theresa R 

Tillman, Linda Carol , 

Tillman, Mary L 

Tillwick, Karen Ann ,, 
Timberlake, Manlyn J, 
Timberlake, Otis E., Jr 
Timberlake. Patnck B. . 
Tingen. Marshall Lee . . 

Tingle. Rita C 

Tingle. Treva D 



Tinsley. Lo 
Tipton. Lav 
Tisler. Michael J 
Toaldo. Jean Ann 
Todd. Anitra 
Todd. Gregory T. 
Tolani. Joanne Ma 



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1 roller. Serge Henry . . 

Trotter. Tcrrie T 

Troupe. Joseph T. . . . . 
Truesdale. John M. ... 
Truitt. Nancy Carolyn 
Truitt. Robert Elmo . . 
Tuck. Margaret Jean . . 
Tucker. Carol Ann . . . 
Tucker. Carolyn Ann . 

Tucker. Joshua L 

Tucker. Wanda Eliz . . 
Tudor. Donald Norris . 
Tugwell. Jewel Moore 
Tunnell. Virginia R. .. 

Tunstall. Betty L 

Tunstall. Joseph P.. Jr. 
Turcotte. Juanita Lee . 
Turlington. Barbara L. 
Turlington. Janice F. . 
Turlington. Milton E. . 



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Brenda Gale . 
Daphne Earle 



Turner. Hubert M.. Jr. 
Turner. John Sparrow . 

Turner. Joseph W 

Turner. Katherine M. . . 
Turner. Kenneth Wayne 

Turner. Linda Grace . . . 
Turner. Patricia Lee . . . 
Tussey. Pamela C. ... 
Tutor. Nancy Carmen . . 
Tutterow. Charles D. . . 
Turtle. Judy Elaine .... 

Turtle. Judy Lynn 

Twigg. Wallace B.. Jr. 

Twiford. Dennis O 

Twiford. Travis Wayne 
Twisdale. Andrew E. . . . 
Twisdale. George M. . . 

Twitty. Tommy E 

Tyer. Charlie Brown . . . 
Tyer. Jimmy Harold . . 

Tyer. Sue Wallace 

Tyler. Harry Lee 

Tyler. John Dorian .... 

Tyler. John Rodney 

Tyndall. Robert A 

Tyson. John Kermit . . . 
Tyson. Joseph James . . . 
Tyson. Vernon Leon ... 

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Underbill. Timothy C. . 
Underwood. Elizabeth . . 
Upchurch. Karen Leigh 

Upchurch. Larry B 

Upchurch. Michael Lee 
Upchurch. Susan T. . . . 

Upton. Bill L.. Jr 

Upton. William E 

Usilton. John Lyston . . . 

Usic. Cynthia Sue 

Utley. Billie 

Utley. Carolyn Anne . . 
Utsey. Tina Dianne . . . . 

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Vadcn, Lawrence A., 

Vail. Jack Steven , . . 
Vallery. Roberta J. . 
Vandercook. Brian R 
Van Geldcr. Donna 
Van Middlesworth C 
Vanburen. Patricia N 
Vance. Kate Huske , 
Vannoy. William E. 

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Vantuyl. Neil C 324 

Vaughan. Barbara A. . . 261 

Vaughan. Lana Johann 261 

Vaughan. Linda F 261 

Vaughn. Charles W. .. 324 

Vaughn. James Albert . 204 

Vause. John Irvin. Jr. . 291 

Veazey. Jean 261 

Veasey. Mary Margaret 291 

Veillette. Joseph L 261 

Venters. Sara Lou 291 

Verncr. Sharon Gale ... 261 

Vernon. Robert G 261 

Vernon. Owen Smith . . 261 

Verrone. Jerry M 291 

Vestal. Sammy G 324 

Vick. Nora Fay 324 

Vick. Tnidy Jo 324 

Viel. Lawrence W 324 

Vignetti. Karen L 291 

Vincent. Charles A. . . . 236 

Vinson. Deborah G. . . . 324 

Vinson. Cary Russell .. 324 

Vittur. Joan Browning . 324 

Viverette. James S 236 

Vogler. Michael R 324 

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Wachter. Peter M 261 

Wachtel. Catherine L. . 291 

Waddell. Don G 291 

Waddill Jean Cabell . . 291 

Wade, Rebecca Sue 236 

Wages. Johnnie C 291 

Wagner, Cheryl Anne . . 324 

Wages, Robbie E 324 

Wagner, Karen Lee .... 324 
Wagner. Elizabeth A. . . 324 

Wald. Earl Alvin 236 

Walden. Gertude G 324 

Waldner. Michael J. . . . 291 
Waldrop. Bonnie Ann . . 291 

Walker. Carol Kay 261 

Walker. Donna Mane . 261 

Walker. Eddie Lee 291 

Walker, Elizabeth T. . . 291 
Walker, Ellen Kay ... 324 
Walker. Eugenia E. . . . 291 
Walker. Evelyn Eliz ... 291 
Walker. Jackie Edwin . . 261 
Walker, James Alton . . 261 
Walker, James William 291 
Walker, Linda Kathrin . 291 
Walker. Ormel H. Ill . 324 
Walker, Patsy Lynne . . . 324 

Walker. Philip E.. 324 

Walker. Sidney D.. Jr. . 291 
Walker. Susan Diane . . 291 

Wall. Carl Burt 

Wall. Danny Joe 

Wall. Elwood Leslie ... 

Wall. Evelyn Sue 

Wall. Katherine H. . . . 
Wall. Jerry Wayne , ... 

Wall. Jerry Leon 

Wall. Linda F. Shehdan 
Wall. Michael Edmund 

Wallace. Barbara Ann . 

Wallace. Donna H. ... 

Wallace, Evelyn Laura , 

Wallace. Frederick T. . 

Wallace. Patricia B. . . , 

Waller. Joyce Lee 

Waller. Nancy Stuart . 

Walrod. Mary S 

Walsh. Brenda Carole . 

Walsh. Nancy J 

Walsh. Robert John . . 

Walter. Harry James . . 

Walters, Cheryl Sue . . 

Walters. Diana Louise . 

Walters. James Norman 

Walters. Jane C 

Walters. Jennes Randy 

Walters. Kathryn E. . . 



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Doris Jeanette . . 3 


Ward. 


Edith Gaile 3 


Ward. 


George Richard . 3 


Ward, 


Aharon Kay ..... 2 


Warden 


. Rebecca L. ... 3 


Warner 


Ann Mangum . 3 


Warner 


Ave Bevelyn . . 3 


Warren 


Donald Earl . . 3 


Warren 


Donald M. ... 2 


Warren 


Hugh Ammie . 2 


Warren 


James Michael 2 


Warren 


Martha Ruth . 3 


Warren 


Rita Ann 2 


Warren 


Sandra B 2 


Warren 


Roger A. Ill . . 2 


Warth, 


Susan Diane . . 2 


Washington, Patricia . . 2 


Wasile 


Stephanie A. . . 2 


Waterrr 


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Waters 


Betty Lou 2 


Waters 


Bonner J 2 


Waters. 


Bradford Lee ... 3 


Waters 


Jo Carol 2 


Waters 


Marsha E 3 


Waters 


Marvin T 3 


Waters 


Terry Lee 2 


Watkin 


s. Bettie Lou ... 2 


Watkin 


s. Gary D 2 


Watson 


. Ann Lewis ... 3 


Watson 


. Charles Ray . . 2 


Watson 


. Diana Gail ... 3 


Watson 


. Dianne E 2 


Watson 


. Edwin Tyrone . 2 


Watson 


. Ivey 3 


Watson 


. J"l'.' G 2 


Watson 


. Phyllis Ann . . 3 


Watson 


, Rebecca D. . . 3 


Watson 


. William Ezra . 2 


Watts. 


Gordon Payne . 2 


W'augh 


Karen Lynne . 2 


Wayne 


Jeffrey Earl . . 2 


Weathe 


rs. Susan D. ... 3 


Weathersbee. Sidney P. . 3 


Weave 


. Nancy 3 


Webb. 


Andrea Jean .... 2 


Webb. 


Brenda Jean .... 5 


Webb. 


Catherine C. ... 2 


Webb. 


Jean Kirk 2 


Webb. 


Joseph Earl .... 2 


Webbe 


r. Brenda Grey C. 


Weber 


John C 2 


Webste 


r. Bobby R. . . 2 


Webster, Karen A 2 


Weekley, Carol Ann ... 3 


Weeks 


Carolyn Fay . . 3 


Weeks 


Margaret E. ... ; 


Weeks 


Rebecca lola ... 2 


Weigand. James Paul . . 3 


Weine 


. Eileen Cheryl . 3 


Weise. 


Matueen Bess . . 2 


Weisiger. Lewis A 2 


Welch 


Linda Louise ... 2 


Welch 


Mary Jo 3 


Weldo 


n. Carolyn C. ... 2 


Weldon. Jillian Mary . . 2 


Well be 


rn. Teresa L. ... 2 


Wells. 


Carroll L 2 


Wells. 


James Larry .... 2 


Wells, 


Kelly Albert .... 2 


Wells, 


Linda Carol 3 


Wells, 


Linda Mae 3 


Wells, 


Stella Weise .... 2 


Wells, 


Thelma Sharon . 2 


Wells, 


Phyllis Jean .... 3 


Wells, 


Richard Allen . . 3 


Weltor 


, Nancy Dianne 2 


Welty, 


Lester F 2 


Wentzel, Sandra Kaye , . 2 


Werth 


Robert St. Clair 



Wescott. Colon Wayne 



Wesner, Frank Joe 

Wesson, Donna Kay . . . 
West. Cynthia L. Rowe 

West. Eddie Harold 

West. Elizabeth D 

West. Jack Page 

West. Jennifer Joy 

West. Julian Roscoe ... 

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West, Mary Gaye 

West, Michael Lee 

West, Penelope P 

West, Ruth Clark 

West, Susan 

West, William Edward . 
Westbrook. Carolyn S. . 
Westbrook. Janet Faye . 
Westbrook. Oliver M. . 
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Whaley, Carol L 

Whaley. David E 

Whaley. Marilyn P. . . 
Whaley. Roxie Patrice . . 
Whaley. Timothy J. ... 

Wheeler. Anne C 

Wheeler. Frances G. . . 

Wheeler. James C 

Wheeler. Joel Douglas . 
Whelchel. Elizabeth J. . 
Whetsell. Thomas E. .. 
Whicker. Charles V. . . . 
Whisenant, John T. . . 
Whisenhunt. Margaret . 

Whitaker. Barry K 

Whltaker. Michael B. . . 
Whitby. George M. . . . 
White. Amelia Carole . 

White. Ann E 

White. Barbara E 

White. Barbara G. Rhue 

White. Charles H 

White. Delores Jean . . . 

White. Edward L 

White. Gailya Ann 

White. Glenn Crawford 
White. Gregory Baxter . 

White. Joan W 

White. John Robert . . . 
White. John F.. Jr. ... 
White. Joseph L. Jr. . . 

White. Judith Ann 

White. Lloyd W., Ill . . 



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Whitehead. Linda L. . . 
Whitehurst. Betty R, . . 
Whitehurst. Cornelia .. 
Whitehurst. Cornelius .. 
Whitehurst Jonathan . . . 
Whitehurst. Linda T. . . 
Whiteman. Annie L. . . . 

Whitesell. Priscilla 

Whitfield. Gerlad W. . . 

Whitlark. Sue W 

Whitley. Angela G. . . . 
Whitley. Bobby Lane .. 
Whitley. David L.. Jr. . 
Whitley. Donald M.. II 
Whitley. Linda Ann . . . 
Whitley. Madge Lee . . . 
Whitley. Margaret E. . . 

Whitley. Nancy B 

Whitley. Nancy Jane . . 

Whitley. Paul R 

Whitley. Reba Jane . . . . 
Whitley. Rhodonna E. . 
Whitley. William Dees 
Whitluck. Martha S. . . 
Whitmire. Andrea Lee . 
Whitney. Linda Kay . . . 



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Whitlen. Emily Susar 
Whilten. Richard G. 



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Wiggs. 


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Wilcox. 


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Wilcox. 


David Earl .... 23 


Wilcox. 


James Miller . . 32 


Wiley. 


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Wilheln 


. Stephen Ray . .32 


Wilkerson. Frances A. . 26 


Wilkins 


Donald A 26 


Wilkins 


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Wilkins 


on. Margaret A. 29 


Wilkins 


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Willard 


Cheryl L 26 


Willard 


Grady Lee. Jr. 29 


Williarr 


s. Alice Sue ... 23 


Willian- 


s. Alice W. ... 32 


Willian- 


s. Barry C 32 


Williarr 


s. Carol L 32 


Willian 


s. Carolyn D. . . 32 


Willian 


s. Dale A 32 


Williarr 


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Willian 


s. Deborah J. . . 32 


Willian 


s. Deborah S. . . 32 


Willian 


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Willian 


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Willian 


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Willian 


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Williar 


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Willian 


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Willian 


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Willian 


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Williar 


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Williar 


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Willian 


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Willia 


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Willian 


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Williar 


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Williar 


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Willian 


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Williar 


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Williar 


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Williar 


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Williar 


ns, Nancy C. ... 2 


Williar 


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Williar 


ns. Patricia A. . . 3 


Williar 


ns. Patricia E. . . 2 


Williar 


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Williar 


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Williar 


ns. Ruth A 2 


Williar 


ns. Sharon Ann . 2 


Williar 


ns. Sharon Lee . . 2 


Wilha 


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Willia 


ns. Shirley T. . . . 2 


Willia 


ns. Terry Jan ... 2 


Willia 


nson. Beverly L. 2 


Willia 


nson. Henry G. . 2 


Willia 


nson. Margaret . 2 


Willia 


mson. Stephen W. 


Willia 


nson. William G. 


Willifc 


rd. Jane A. ... 3 


Williford. Rebecca 3 


Williford, Robert L. ... 3 


Willis 


Caroline L 2 


Willis 


Everett G 2 


Willis 


Judith L 3 


Willis 


Raymond G.. Jr. 


Willis 


Susan W 3 


Wills. 


Nancy Scott .... 2 


Wilme 


r. Danny Wayne 3 


Wilson 


. Barbara Ann . . 3 


Wilson 


. Beth Anne 2 


Wilson 


, Betty Frances . . 2 


Wilson 


. Donna S 3 


Wilson 


. Earl Clinton . . 2 


Wilson 


. Donnie C 2 


Wilson 


. Elizabeth J. ... 2 


Wilson 


. Florence C. ... 2 



Wilson. Judy Burdcll , 

Wilson. Nincy L 

W.lson. Pjtricu Anne . 
Wilson. Sandri Gail ... 

Wilson. Stand W 

Wilson. Stephen H 
Wilson, William W., Jr. 

Winders. Bjrbjri Nell . 

Winders. Myrtie L 

Windham. Charlotte L. 
Windham. M.ircia Lee . 
Windley. Anita Gay . . 
Windley. Louisa Ann . . 
Windom. Sondra Lea . . . 
Winecoff. Martha F. . . 
Winfield. Georgia Ann . 

Wingate. Claudia 

Wingate. Leon Hal , . 
Winn. Nancy Webb . , . 
Winslow. Lloyd Eugene 

Winslow. Percy L 

Wmstead. Rossena G. . - 
Winston. Samuel C, , . - 
Winter. Sandra Lynn . . 
Winters. Barbara Ann 
Wisenburg. Nanc^- Jo . . 

Wishart. John E 

Witcher. Eulis Dale , 
Withers. Roger Wayne 



Withron. Robert P. . 
Wolff. Barbara Ann . . 
Wolff. Darlene K. . . . 
Womack. Sarah W. . . 
Vi'omble. Andrew C. . . 
Womble. Andrew G. .. 
Womble. David Earl . . 
Womble. Donna Lynn 
Womble. Patricia C. .. 
Wommack. Florence E. 

Wood. Betty Jo 

Wood. Bruce Brenlon . 
Wood. Carolyn Rose .. 
Wood. Christine M. , . 
Wood. Deborah Lee . . 

Wood. Deidre Lee 

Wood. Dempsey Ray . . 
Wood. Dillon Louis , 

Wood. Jo Ann 

Wood. Kenneth L 

Wood. Mattie Tresa . . 
Wood. Michael Gary . 
Wood. Robert Allison . 
Wood. Sharon Leigh . . 
Wood. Sheila Maureen 
Wood. Susan Pusey . .. 
Woodall. Anthony M. 

Woodall. Kathann 

Woodard. Betty Jane .. 
Woodard. Eliz Ann . . 



Woodard. Kenneth O.. Jr 

Woodburn, Tommy Jane 

Woodbury. David Kent . 

Woodford. Anita : 

Woodlcy. Brenda L. . : 
Woodward. Janet Lynn . 

Woolard. Lyoia Karen . ; 
Woolen. Annette G. ... 

Wootcn. Gary Calvin . . : 

Wooten. Jean F ; 

Wnoten. Linda Faye . . . ' 

Wooten. Mary Flizabet : 

Wooten. Sandra L : 

Wooten. Sharyn Kaye . . ; 

Wooten. Timothy M. . . : 

Wooten. William W , , : 

Worley. Archie L . Jr . : 

Worrell. James R 

Worsley. Anne C 

Worthington. Anna M. 

Worthington. Charlott , : 

Worthington. Elaine , . : 
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Wrenn. Robert Lee . 

Wrenn. Steven Lee , 
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Wright. Caryol Ann . . 


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Wright. Dan Hutson . 


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Wright. Linda Louise . 


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Wright. Sandra Faye . 


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Young. James Hillard . . 


Wynne. Eleanor Louise 


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Wynne. Linda Dianne . 




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Young. Virginia Lee ... 


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Zepul Anita Jeannett . . . 


Yates. Deborah Marie 


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Zibelin, Sandra I 


Yelverton, Ann C. . . . 


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Zickler, Sandra C 


Yelverton. Donald W. 


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Ziegenfuss. Eva Lynn . . 


Yelverton. Donna C. . 


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Yelverton. Stephen T. 


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Zierath, Susan Palen . . . 


Yezierski. Julie Ann . , 


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Ziglar. Chi Chi Lynn . . 


Ynnce, Charles Milton 


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